On May 25, 2016 the new European Data Protection Regulation came into force, but it will not be applied until 2 years later, that is, on May 25, 2018. Until then, both Directive 95/46 and the regulations National laws, such as the well-known LOPD (Law 15/999), are still fully valid and applicable and must be complied with to avoid being penalized.
This period of 2 years until the application of the European Data Protection Regulation has as its objective to allow the States of the European Union, the European Institutions and also the organizations that process data to be prepared and adapted by the time the Regulation is applicable. .
That is why it is recommended that all companies start preparing the application of these measures as soon as possible. The advantage of starting to apply the changes is that it will detect difficulties, insufficiencies or errors at a stage when these measures are not mandatory and, consequently, their correction or effectiveness would not be subject to supervision. This would make it possible to correct errors by the time the European Data Protection Regulation is applied.
With this talk organized by AGM Abogados in collaboration with Railgrup, we intend to explain to companies what are the main changes of the new European Data Protection Regulation and guide them in the process of adaptation detailing what they should do and how we can help them from a point of view legal
9h00-9h30: reception of assistants and coffee networking.
9h30-10h45: the LOPD and the new European Data Protection Regulation: how these changes affect companies, what they should do and how we can help them.
Transparency and information to the interested ones:
Duty to inform
Procedure for the exercise
Right of access
Right to forget
Limitation of treatment
Obligations for managers
Content of the custom contract
Active responsibility measures:
Record of treatment activities
Security measures (anonymization)
Data protection violations
Delegate of Data Protection
Information of general interest
10h45-11h00: prayers and questions.
AGM Abogados in collaboration with Railgrup
Ana García Lucero – Lawyer Commercial Law of AGM Abogados
Fernando J. García Martín – Partner in the Commercial Law area of AGM Abogados