Data Transfer & Data Breach Notification Briefing (DTDB 2010)

Venue: Field Fisher Waterhouse

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Sep 20, 2010 End Date/Time: Sep 20, 2010
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DataGuidance is organising a special two-part seminar, providing expert advice on essential areas of data privacy. Delegates will have the opportunity to attend either one or both of the morning and afternoon sessions.

Following concerns raised by industry representatives that the new model clauses for transfers to processors based outside the EU will fail to meet their expectations, data transfer retains its place as a major hot topic in the data protection world. Are BCRs becoming more popular as a result, especially with the ICO recently giving its blessings to the BCR applications of several major companies? What is the best solution for companies wishing to transfer data?

Find out at our two-part seminar on 20 September 2010. The morning session will focus on data transfers, while the afternoon will be dedicated to discussing how companies can prevent data breaches and how they should react in the aftermath of a data breach. The ICO's new powers to fine firms up to £500,000 for data breaches, and the recent boosting of its audit team to conduct more checks on firms' security policies, make this a must-attend event.

Morning: International Data Transfers
Lead by Eduardo Ustaran, Partner, Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP

Interactive Presentations and Informed Discussion on:
- Binding Corporate Rules
- Model clauses for transfers to processors - Analysis and Experiences
- Binding Safe Processor Rules

Afternoon: Data Breach Notification
Lead by Stewart Room, Partner, Field Fisher Waterhouse

Interactive Presentations and Informed Discussion on:
- The New Legal Framework for Breach Disclosure
- Creating an Incident Response Team
- Vodafone's Perspectives on Incident Response
- Current threat vectors - IT and cyber security risks and challenges
- Incident Response Workshop - are you ready?

For more information please contact Karl Behrouz via email or phone + 44 (0) 207 012 1383.