- Does your organisation offer goods and service internationally?
- Do you offer goods and services to the UK and/or EU from outside that region?
- Do you have employees based in the UK or EU?
This workshop will look at the issues of data transfer post-Schrems and post-Brexit, as well as the key issue relating to the need for a representative (under GDPR). Many companies will now need a UK and an EU nominative representative office, but do they know this? What are the duties of an Art 27 rep and is there a conflict with DPOs? Our panel will discuss this and also take questions to help you determine if you need an Article 27 rep.
Members of the panel include:
Stuart Anderson, CEO Xpert DPO
Stuart has gained a unique blend of business and technical acumen in the areas of Data Protection, Data Quality, and implementing Regulatory Compliance processes. Stuart has been certified as a GDPR practitioner, continuing his data protection studies at University College Dublin, studying the GDip in Data Protection Policy and Procedures/Certified Data Protection Officer. Stuart is an Officer member of the Association of Data Protection Officers, the Association of Compliance Officers Ireland, and a member of the Institute of Banking.
An experienced lawyer, and an internationally accredited legal training provider, Malcolm focuses on commercial law and technology, with particular expertise in data protection and privacy (including international transfers of data under GDPR and UK GDPR), blockchain, distributed ledger, and the “internet of things”. In 2019 he co-wrote a chapter for the American Bar Association book on Artificial Intelligence and Smart Machines.
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