Webinar

Timing
3.00 - 4.00 PM
Online
Webinar

Webinar: impact EHDS Regulation on BIGPICTURE project

The European Commission announced that its Proposal for a European Health Data Space (EHDS) Regulation will be published in Q1 of 2022. A common European Health Data Space should promote better exchange and access to different types of health data (electronic health records, genomics data, data from patient registries etc.), not only to support healthcare delivery (so-called primary use of data) but also for health research and health policy making purposes (so-called secondary use of data). Timelex is currently involved in the preparation of the EHDS Regulation as a subcontractor in the consortium that assists the Commission. At the same time, as a partner in the BIGPICTURE consortium, Timelex recently also investigated the potential legal barriers for the sharing of digital pathology slides by BIGPICTURE partners in eight EU Member States. During the webinar, Timelex lawyers Jos Dumortier and Magdalena Kogut will explain which of the detected legal barriers could possibly be solved if the proposed EHDS Regulation would be adopted by the Union legislature.

Speakers: Jos Dumortier & Magdalena Kogut

The webinar is open to BIGPICTURE consortium members so please share this announcement within you organization. Registration is required.

Click here to register and receive the link to the webinar.

Timing
12:30 - 14:30
Online
Webinar

GDPR: tijd voor maturiteit

During the 'Juristendagen' Geert Somers and Bernd Fiten will speak about data protection in the seminar 'GDPR: time for maturity'. For more information and registration click here

This webinar will be held in Dutch.

Timing
13:30 - 14:50
Online
Webinar

go.elDAS - Summit 2021

During this session, Hans will discuss the anticipated Implementing Act of the Single Digital Gateway Regulation, which will provide some further clarity on the expected operating details for the once-only principle in Europe. The session will summarise the general principles and philosophy behind the Act, and its approach to cross border identification and identity matching.

Webinar-data-sovereignty
Timing
15h00
Online
Webinar

Webinar: Managing Schrems II and Data Sovereignty

On Thursday 27 May the webinar: 'Managing Schrems II and Data Sovereignty - Protecting data cross borders' will be held. The speakers will examine how current rules and regulations will impact organisations using the benefits of modern cloud environments.

What is the essence of the regulation and what does this mean from legal and compliance aspects? And how do cross-border data sovereignty laws like Schems II impact the modern cloud/IT environments? During the webinar, they will share practical solutions that can be implemented to ensure GDPR and Schrems II compliance.

For more information and registration, click here.

Timing
15h00
Online
Webinar

Webinar: extracting data from mobile phones

On Wednesday 19 May 2021, Timelex is participating in a webinar hosted by Privacyrules about extracting data from mobile phones and the Cloud in the area of law enforcement, organized in the context of the FORMOBILE project.

Timelex lawyer Pieter Gryffroy, together with project partner LIF’s Denitsa Kozhuharova, will be moderating the discussion with a panel of experts from industry, law enforcement and the judiciary.

For more information and to register see: click here.

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
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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