Michal Nulíček

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The clock is ticking - less than two years until the GDPR comes into force

Who are data protection officers, and what organizations must appoint them? When do security incidents have to be reported? What data are subject to portability rights and what is the one-stop-shop rule? All organizations working with personal data will have to answer these and many more questions. The reason for this is the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which was adopted in May 2016. Since its adoption a two-year period has been running during which all organizations must bring their functioning into line with this regulation, or face hefty fines. In addition to answering the above questions, this presentation aims to illustrate that two years is not as long as it may at first seem, and it is necessary to start preparing now already. The reason for this being the significant changes in IT systems, internal processes and client documents required by this regulation.

Mgr. et Mgr. Ing. Jan Tomíšek, Associate, ROWAN LEGAL

tomisekJan Tomíšek is Associate in the ROWAN LEGAL law firm, where he focuses on personal data protection, intellectual property and cybersecurity. His main fields of expertise are cloud computing, software law, eHealth and business transactions in IT. He is a co-author of the unique publication Právo v síti: Průvodce právem na internetu (Law in the network: A guide to internet law, C.H. Beck, 2016) and of the first Czech commentary on GDPR (Wolters Kluwer, 06/2017). Jan is Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/E) by IAPP. Jan also regularly publishes articles in both academic and professional periodicals and speaks at both local and international conferences focusing on ICT law.

 

Michal Nulíček

nulicekMichal Nulíček focuses on commercial and IT law, competition law as well as data and privacy protection. Professionally, before joining ROWAN LEGAL, Michal Nulíček worked for 10 years as a senior lawyer at Hogan Lovells. Michal started his privacy and data protection there and participated on several cross-border projects that included auditing of controllers, drafting and reviewing privacy policies, standard clauses and other documents, advisory and representation of international clients before the Czech Data Protection Office, advising on international transfers, and many others. At ROWAN LEGAL, Michal heads the data privacy and security practice which comprises more than 15 professionals, including also experts of data and data security. Since the beginning of 2016, Michal promotes and raises public awareness of GDPR in the Czech Republic. Michal is very active in publishing and is often invited to speak on different national and international conferences. Michal is a member of IAPP, The International Association of Privacy Professionals.

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