8th Feb 2019
Alexandros Georgiades and Ioanna Sapidou attended problem-based training seminars on data protection reform and the GDPR, addressed to lawyers and data protection officers. The programme was funded by the European Union’s Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme (2014-2020), and was organised by the Centre for European Constitutional Law in partnership with the Hellenic Data Protection Authority, the Commissioner for Personal Data Protection in Cyprus, the Laboratory of Law and Informatics (LLI) of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and the University of Cyprus.
The training consisted of seminars covering the whole spectrum of issues pertaining to personal data processing, to include the appropriate lawful grounds for data processing in each case, the delineation of the roles of data controller and data processor, the role of the DPO, impact assessment, privacy on the internet and review of recent EU case law as well as decisions of the Cyprus Data Protection Commissioner.
For any information on the data protection reform and GDPR, please contact a member of our Data Protection Law team.