Technology transfer webinar 30: EU-JP Adequacy Decision – A Data Protection Officers Journey between Data Flow and Authorities
25-10-19 | 10:00 - 11:00 AM CET
The adequacy decision between the EU and JP is in place and is now an available safeguard to organisations which have the requirement to send personal data from Europe to Japan. While this agreement is an important achievement, from a business perspective the struggle to identify risks, data flow, accountability and to ensure appropriate mechanisms for data subjects to support their rights, can be very time and budget consuming due its complexity.
In order to handle the complexity of legal and technical obligations, experts known as data protection officer (DPO) take an important role within an organisation by supporting and connecting several domains and resources to build, monitor and maintain compliance. Until today the importance of this role is still underestimated and shouldn’t only be considered as legal obligation, as there are more benefits to take into consideration.
Registration deadline: 24/10/2019
What you will learn during this webinar?
The answers to the following questions will be provided during the webinar:
1) What should you consider for cross-border data transfer based on the adequacy decision sending data from Europe to Japan.
2) Can you send personal data from Japan to Europe based on the adequacy decision Japan?
3) Why you should consider having a data protection officer in your team, even without legal obligation ? Next generation legal, tech & data ethic experts. – Example on Artificial Intelligence
- Expert’s presentation
- Q&A Session
Speaker: Daniel Schwarz, CEO and Founder of ITD-GBS Tokyo, is an AI - Data Ethics, Computer Science Expert and certified Data Protection Officer by the European Centre on Cybersecurity and Privacy
Moderator: Luca Escoffier, EU-Japan Technology Transfer Helpdesk
Organiser: EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation - Brussels Office
If you would like to register for this webinar, please complete the webform