GDPR Webinar: How to handle data breaches under the GDPR

Mandatory data breach reporting is one of the biggest regulatory changes coming with the GDPR. Despite the massive fear-mongering about the 72-hours notification deadline and the hefty fines, there are still many uncertainties around how a business should respond in case of a breach after the GDPR becomes enforceable from May 25. This webinar is a joint presentation by data protection lawyer Paolo Balboni, Prof, Founding Partner of ICT Legal, and cryptography expert Istvan Lam, Co-founder and CEO of Tresorit. Using hands-on examples, they are clarifying the key facts about data breach reporting and help you get prepared on how to avoid some of the most common breach incidents.

In this webinar, our experts will help you understand:

  • What is considered a data breach under the GDPR
  • In what cases you have to report an breach incident and to whom
  • Who is liable for a data breach if you use data processors and sub-processors
  • What technical measures you can apply to avoid the most common data breaches

“Using robust end-to-end encryption to safeguard personal data is both a responsible choice and a key step towards GDPR compliance.”

– Paolo Balboni, Prof., Founding Partner of ICT Legal Consulting and President of the European Privacy Association

Learn more about GDPR and Encryption

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a comprehensive data protection regulation. The GDPR obliges you to minimize the personal data you store and handle. Access control, encryption, and client-side key management help you maintain full ownership of who is seeing what in your organization. Use our resources to learn more about GDPR and about the role encryption can play in reaching GDPR compliance.

Did you know that Tresorit is the most secure place for your files in the cloud?

  • End-to-end encryption & Swiss privacy
  • Highly secure European data centers
  • Helps with GDPR Compliance

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