Applying the GDPR regulation involves changing the mentality of the data protection, both in companies and in our society in general. Companies need the necessary support, provided by IT tools to secure personal data (software applications, dedicated infrastructure) to help them classify personal data across the organization.
Join us on 14th of June, in Bucharest, for an interactive Knowledge Center about GDPR seen from a double perspective, presented by experienced specialists from PRAS Consulting and Popescu Magdalena Attorney Office.
GDPR is a set of rules about how companies should process the personal data of data subjects. GDPR lays out responsibilities for organisations to ensure the privacy and protection of personal data, provides data subjects with certain rights, and assigns powers to regulators to ask for demonstrations of accountability. Understanding GDPR requirements can sometimes be a daunting task. So, let the experts from PRAS Consulting and Popescu Magdalena Attorney Office share the keys of GDPR requirements.
Andrei Suciu, Senior Adviser, PRAS Consulting
Andrei Suciu has been working for Vodafone since 1997 (Connex at that time). In 2001 he started to work on the idea of setting up, together with his colleague Paul Roman, a company offering IT services and putting into it the accumulated knowledge of the two within the mobile company. In 2002 they founded PRAS Consulting, a company specialized in consulting and outsourcing services, implementation of information systems and networks, that others IT&C services both for Romanian and foreign companies. In 2014 his career took a different path, working for several companies in public and private sector. In 2018 he returned as senior adviser for PRAS Consulting.
Magda Popescu, Lawyer, Popescu Magdalena Attorney Office
Magda Popescu has been practicing law since 2012 being also a member of the Bucharest Bar and Outside Counsel of BSA, The Software Alliance starting 2016. Moreover, she is a national and European counselor for trademarks and designs and is providing legal assistance to Romanian and international clients on intellectual property issues, personal data protection, environmental and corporate law. SA, The Software Alliance is the main promoter of the global software industry. It is an organization of world-class companies that invest annually billions of dollars to create software solutions that contribute to economic development and modern life. Through cooperation with public authorities at an international level, support for intellectual property and education, BSA expands the horizons of the digital world and builds confidence in the new technologies it promotes.
Magda Popescu has CIPP, E certification by IAPP (International Association of Privacy Professionals), and is recognized as part of an elite group of knowledgeable, capable and dedicated privacy and data protection practitioners.
The event will be hosted by Athenee Palace Hilton Bucharest proud member of the NRCC.
75 lei / person for NRCC members
150 lei / person for external companies
Register at email@example.com until 13th of June.
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Type of event
NRCC Knowledge Center
Status of event
14 June 2018
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