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Dennis-Kenji Kipker to speak on 'Recent Regulatory Trends in Protection of Personal Data in the EU'

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On March 4, 20

Abstract:

European data protection law has undergone significant upheaval since the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) took effect in 2018. On the one hand, the lecture wants to present the essential basics of the processing of personal data according to the GDPR, on the other hand, the differences and commonalities with the European Data Protection Directive from 1995 will be shown and discussed.

About the speaker:

Dr. Dennis-Kenji Kipker is the Scientific Director of the Institute for Information, Health, and Medical Law at the University of Bremen. He is a member of the Board of the European Academy for Freedom of Information and Data Protection (EAID) in Berlin. He serves Legal Advisor at VDE e.V. in Frankfurt (Main), CERT@VDE, and Managing Director of Certavo GmbH – international compliance management. Dennis-Kenji has also personal membership in the German Federal Association for IT Security TeleTrusT. He is the author of numerous publications on cybersecurity and data protection and Editor of the Legal Handbook Cybersecurity, published by Beck (Munich), and of the academic journal ‘International Cybersecurity Law Review’ (ICLR) by Springer. He was previously a guest researcher in Tokyo, Moscow, Nice, Dar es Salaam, Jerusalem, Beijing, and Los Angeles. Dennis-Kenji was involved in numerous consulting and expert opinion activities, including the Max-Planck-Society, the German Corporation for International Cooperation, the German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy, the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, the Federal Ministry of Health, the Federal Ministry of Finance, and the Federal Ministry of Defence.

Date: 4 March, 18:10

Format: online, Zoomgl

Working language: Enish

For registration, please follow the link.  The Zoom link will be sent on the afternoon of March 4.