Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) will be the topic of a closed training, which will take place March 17, 2017, between 10AM and 2PM, in the law firm's Warsaw office, on Chmielna 19.
The training is organized by Janina Ligner-Żeromska
, attorney and partner in the BSJP law firm, Lubasz i Wspólnicy
law firm, and the technological partner Forsafe
PDPA - what changes?
PDPA will be a common tool used in all EU nations. 28 jurisdictions, so far varying in terms of personal data protection regulations, from 2018 will be subject to resolutions of one legal act, obligatory in the entire European Union.
What will be discussed?
The aim of the training is to discuss new rules of personal data protection introduced by the Personal Data Protection Act.
PDPA predicts many new tasks for data administrators and subjects processing the data on the grounds of the entrust contract, so called processors. It establishes a new regime of conscripting inspectors of personal data protection (previous administrator for the information security) - for some subjects conscripting an inspector will be obligatory. New regulations confer on data subjects new rights. Broader rights of people, to whom the data refers to, also mean more obligations for administrators.