GIODO invites to the Seminar „demythologising” the data protection reform, 19.06.2017
During the Seminar the Art. 29 Working Party’s guidelines on selected issues of the General Data Protection Regulation will be presented.
The EU General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR) will fully apply in less than a year. The construction of the new legal provisions is surprising for the processors of personal data. The lack of specific requirements and the need for independent decision making by the data controllers in the light of possible legal consequences is raising concerns.
The guidelines developed by the Art. 29 Working Party may help to clarify such doubts. The WP29 published 4 guidelines related to: Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA), data portability, Data Protection Officers (DPOs) and lead supervisory authorities.
The above guidelines will be discussed during the Seminar entitled “Demythologising the GDPR. Art. 29 Working Party’s guidelines on selected issues of the General Data Protection Regulation.
The meeting – organised by the Inspector General for Personal Data Protection, PwC Legal and the Polish Association of Corporate Lawyers (PSPP) – will be held on Monday, 19 June 2017 r. in Marriott Hotel in Warsaw, Al. Jerozolimskie 65/79, at 9:00 - 12:00.
The event will also include the award ceremony for winners of the 7th edition of the competition of the Inspector General for Personal Data Protection and PwC Legal for the best essay on personal data protection issues.
To register for the Seminar, please complete the registration form. Participation is free of charge. First come, first served basis.
Agenda of the Seminar:
Working language: Polish
09:00-09:30 Registration and welcome coffee
09:30-09:50 Opening of the Seminar, award ceremony for winners of the competition
Dr Edyta Bielak-Jomaa, Inspector General for Personal Data Protection
09:50-10:00 Introduction – GDPR and Art. 29 Working Party’s guidelines
Anna Kobylańska, counsel, PwC Legal
10:00-10:30 Art. 29 Working Party’s guidelines on data portability (WP242)
Speakers: Anna Kobylańska, counsel, PwC Legal and Łukasz Ślęzak, manager in cybersecurity team, PwC
10:30-11:00 Art. 29 Working Party’s guidelines on DPIA
Speaker: Andrzej Kaczmarek, IT Department Director, GIODO Bureau
11:00-11:30 Art. 29 Working Party’s guidelines on DPO’s (WP243)
Speaker: Monika Młotkiewicz, Deputy Director of the Administrators of Information Security and Personal Data Filing Systems Registration Department, GIODO Bureau
11:30-12:00 Art. 29 Working Party’s guidelines on lead supervisory authority (WP244)
Speaker: Paweł Makowski, Counsellor of the Inspector General for Personal Data Protection
12:00 – End of the meeting