Webinar

Timing
12:30 - 14:30
Online
Webinar

Crypto assets and blockchain from a legal perspective

On 20 April 2021, Niels Vandezande will provide a training on crypto assets and blockchain for ‘Vlaams Pleitgenootschap’ at the Bar of Brussels.

The seminar will focus on the application of existing legal frameworks and future law. In addition, this seminar will explain the blockchain technology and its possible applications within various sectors.

This seminar will be held in Dutch.

Read more here for more information and registration.

Timing
13:30 - 17:30
Online
Webinar

3 years GDPR: update

It is now about three years since the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect.

As in previous years, it is time to make a preliminary analysis of the most notable enforcement actions by supervisory authorities in the past year, and to predict what organisations can expect in 2021 when it comes to data protection and GDPR.

This webinar will be given by Geert Somers and Bernd Fiten and will take place in Dutch.

Click here for more information and registration.

Timing
16:30 - 17:30
Webinar

Webinar: the Schrems II decision: status and consequences

In July 2020, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) delivered its judgment in the Schrems II case, thereby making transfers of personal data on the basis of the Privacy Shield Decision illegal. Furthermore, the Court stipulated stricter requirements for the transfer of personal data based on standard contract clauses (SCCs).

During this interactive webinar, Hans Graux will explain more in detail this Schrems II decision, the consequences for the transfer of personal data between EU and US, the current status and an outlook for the future. 

Read more or sign up here

Timing
16:00 -16:45
Webinar

Webinar: GDPR in the times of crisis

On 3 December 2020, Magdalena Kogut – Czarkowska will speak at the webinar „RODO w czasach kryzysu. Czego nauczyliśmy się w 2020 r.” (GDPR in the times of crisis. What have we learned in 2020?) on recent the recommendations of EDPB and proposed changes in e-privacy law.

The event will be held in Polish. More information and registration

Timing
12:00 - 14:00
Webinar

Webinar GDPR security and private law enforcement

Thursday 17 December, Lynn Pype will speak at the webinar ‘GDPR – capita selecta: beveiliging en private rechtshandhaving’. Bernd Fiten will moderate this webinar, hosted by advocaat.be

More information and registration: here.

Timing
1200
Live
Webinar

Webinar: 2 years GDPR

It has been about two years since the General Data Protection Regulation (GPR in Dutch or GDPR in English) became applicable. As was the case last year, it is time to make a preliminary analysis of the most high-profile enforcement actions taken by supervisory authorities over the past year and to forecast what organisations can expect in the last quarter of 2020 and 2021 and in the coming years in terms of data protection and GDPR. 

This webinar will be given by Geert Somers and Bernd Fiten and will be held in Dutch. 

More information and registration »

Timing
09h00
Webinar

Privacy Rules webinar: is it all about cookies?

On Tuesday 8 September, Geert Somers and Bernd Fiten will be speakers in the Privacy Rules webinar ''Tracking Technologies implementation, EU GDPR and E-privacy Regulation: is it all about cookies?''

To register or receive more information, read more.

Timing
Time: tba
Webinar

Webinar: privacy & smart city-applications

In this webinar by Politeia, Pieter Gryffroy will discuss a number of basic principles of privacy and smart city: about how to capture and store camera images, how to process issues and how to obtain permission. 

The second part of this webinar focusses on answering specific questions about projects. Which questions or challenges are you facing? Are there certain ambiguities that prevent you from getting into a project?

The webinar will be held in Dutch.

More information & registration »

Timing
4.30pm CET (GMT+2)
Webinar

Webinar on cyber-criminality and the exploitation of the Covid-19 crisis: the EUROPOL report and international perspectives

On Tuesday 23 June, Ruben Roex will be one of the speakers at the Privacy Rules webinar: Webinar on cyber-criminality and the exploitation of the Covid-19 crisis: the EUROPOL report and international perspectives.

Key topics 

  • Main crime trends EUROPOL has observed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic: what are the further developments in cyber-criminality that EUROPOL expects?
  • Has the pandemic generated new crimes or witnessing new packaging?
  • Have Data Authorities been successfully exercise their supervisory competences on new legislation pertaining to COVID-19 monitoring measures?
  • Is there a role to play for privacy and tech experts from the private sector, in support of Covid-19 related cybercrime- fighting efforts?
  • How do criminals use any type of vulnerabilities, and how are states and other actors (in Europe and globally) reacting to that?

Who should watch the webinar?

Think tanks, academic researchers, data protection officers, policy advisors, law enforcement officers, strategic analysts, elected representatives, cybersecurity professionals, competent ministry officials, lawyers and other advisers in the area of data protection, compliance and cyber security.

Join the webinar

More information and registration: https://www.privacyrules.com/privacy-global-expertise/privacyrules-webinar-cyber-criminality-0006872.html