Data Breaches and Data Subject Access Requests
Continuous Professional Development (CPD)
Continuous professional development (CPD) is a major factor when carving out a career in compliance, particularly when taking in to account the ever-changing regulatory environment with new and emerging legislation constantly on the agenda. The Compliance Institute is the leading provider of CPD events for compliance professionals in Ireland.
DATA BREACHES AND DATA SUBJECT ACCESS REQUESTS
This webinar will refresh participants on the requirements and processes for handling data breaches and subject access requests and provide on update on recent developments and emerging good practice. The Data Protection Commission (DPC) has recently updated their data breach notification webform and both data breaches and subject access requests are two likely to evolve in tandem with the DPC’s anticipated revised regulatory strategy.
Join us on Thursday, 27th January, where we will hear from Chris Bollard and Andrea Lawler, A&L Goodbody, on this topic.
Date: Thursday, 27th January
CPD: 1 hour LCOI, FCOI (Compliance), CDPO
Fee: €25 for Members, €35 for Non-members
Enhanced knowledge of the data breach reporting process
Practical tips for handling data subject access requests
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Partner, A&L Goodbody
Chris is a partner in A&L Goodbody's market-leading Commercial & Technology Group. He is an expert in privacy, data protection, information technology and e-commerce law. His clients include some of the largest technology companies in the world.
Chris advises on all aspects of compliance with data protection law; including the ePrivacy regime, data breach response, international transfers and technical product counselling. He frequently counsels clients on the regulatory implications of new and emerging technologies and products. He also has extensive experience advising on the evolving regulatory obligations for online businesses. This includes advising on intermediary liability (and the eCommerce regime generally), online consumer protection law, geo-blocking rules and content moderation rules.
Chris also advises on the protection and commercialisation of intellectual property including software licences, software development agreements, intellectual property assignments and intellectual property transfers.
Partner, A&L Goodbody
Andrea is a partner in A&L Goodbody's Commercial & Technology group specialising in contentious and non-contentious technology, IP, commercial contracts, privacy and data protection law.
She has extensive experience in advising on a broad range of technology outsourcing and IP focused litigation and commercial transactions including technology development, procurement and licensing deals.
Andrea also has a wealth of experience in advising clients on the data, IP, and IT aspects of strategic acquisitions, reorganisation and IP restructurings.
Head of Compliance
Tom has worked in financial services since 2006. He is Head of Compliance for KB Associates Fund Management Company. Tom is an accredited Compliance and Financial Crime Prevention professional with particular expertise in developing compliance frameworks to satisfy regulatory requirements in Ireland, Luxembourg and Cayman Islands.
Before joining KB Associates, Tom was Head of Compliance and Money Laundering Reporting Officer for HedgeServ Limited, an independent fund administrator. Tom was responsible for leading the Compliance team and coordinating the Compliance agenda, engaging with regulators and reporting to the Board. Prior to his role at HedgeServ, Tom was with EY as a regulatory consultant where he worked on client regulatory projects for global financial institutions in Dublin and London.