GDPR – it’s not a one-person job!
Nearly one year ago, companies went full throttle on their GDPR projects: yet even now, their goals to comply with the Data Protection Regulation still require constant effort.
Takeaways from the X-change of 30 Jan 2019
30 / 01 / 19
In this session, we started with a look at how we can embed that effort in our daily operations. Next, we zoomed in on a few knotty elements: how Orange handles ‘legitimate interest’ and an update on the Belgian implementation of the GDPR. Then we rounded out with an update on new privacy tools from Beltug to help our members:
- determine whether an organisation is a controller or processor
- evaluate processors.
The presentations from the event are available for Beltug members (after log-in):
- Nielsen presentation: Case: The never-ending journey to GDPR compliance – a matter of constant monitoring
- Orange presentation: Case: ‘Legitimate interests’ – from vague to lawful
- Allen & Overy presentation: The ‘ins and outs’ of the Belgian implementation of the GDPR
- DPOffice presentation: Data controller or data processor? It’s not always straightforward
- Beltug presentation on initiatives: Beltug & Privacy