Tiedonsiirtojen tilannekatsaus

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D&I Innovation Powerhouse webinar:

Tiedonsiirtojen tilannekatsaus – askelmerkkejä uusien vakiolausekkeiden käyttöönottoon

D&I Innovation Powerhousen webinaarisarjan syyskausi jatkuu katsauksella rajat ylittävän datan käsittelyn ajankohtaisimpaan aiheeseen:
kansainväliset henkilötietojen siirrot ja komission uudet tiedonsiirtoja koskevat vakiolausekkeet.

Webinaarissa Jukka Lång, Iiris Kivikari ja Oskari Paasikivi havainnollistavat ja kuvaavat uusiin vakiolausekkeisiin liittyviä keskeisimpiä vaatimuksia, kysymyksiä ja suosituksia, jotka jokaisen organisaation on hyvä huomioida kansainvälisissä henkilötietojen siirroissa ja uusien lausekkeiden jalkautustyössä 27.9.2021 määräajasta alkaen.

Mitkä ovat uusien vakiolausekkeiden keskeisimmät muutokset? Missä aikataulussa uudet vakiolausekkeet on otettava käyttöön? Minkä tahon vastuulla vaaditut toimenpiteet ovat? Miten toteutetaan vakiolausekkeiden ja Schrems II -tuomion edellyttämä tiedonsiirron riskiarvio?

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In D&I Innovation Powerhouse’s webinar series our lawyers address topical issues such as cooperation with authorities, legislation of AI-technologies and development, regulation, data transfers and reporting to the company executives.

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