03.11.2020

2nd training seminar on the GDPR

On 1st December 2020, the next training seminar will take place

Already in the blog post of 13.01.2020 it was clear that the developments regarding the GDPR were not losing their topicality, so that plans for a further event had already begun.

On 1st December 2020, the next training seminar will take place. This event, which will be offered exclusively online, will focus on the topic “ Stumbling blocks in the application of the DSGVO: what companies should consider“.

Experience with the implementation of the GDPR so far has shown that there are some areas that are unclear in practice. The seminar brings together proven experts from Germany, Liechtenstein, Austria and Switzerland to discuss such „stumbling blocks“. The topics discussed are among those where there are differences in practice. The aim of the event is to create clarity. It is worth mentioning that the (deputy) heads of the data protection authorities of these four countries will participate. Data protection associations from all four countries are also actively involved.

The detailed program has not yet been completed. The program will cover topics such as the implementation of the ECJ’s Privacy Shield judgment, data breaches in practice, the deletion concept and the right to access. The specific situation of Switzerland will also be discussed. What impact does the GDPR have on Switzerland? When can we expect the adequacy decision to Switzerland?

Of particular interest will be the presentation on the question of whether the distribution of a fine must also take into account the role of the persons who have acted unlawfully and culpably.

 

Further information on the seminar

 

Reserve the 01 December 2020 already now! The event will take place online. Start at 09.00 hrs.

Participation fee

Full day                                   CHF 375.00
Participation morning         CHF 225.00
Participation afternoon       CHF 175.00
Student discount                   -15%.

Please register at info@ufl.li (Ms. Daniela Cerqueira, Private University in the Principality of Liechtenstein).

Further information will follow soon.