5 GDPR Commandments for Small Businesses

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This online webinar will provide a walk-through of key aspects of GDPR.

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Are you an SME? Do you want your company to adopt and be compliant with the GDPR?

SMOOTH project will assist companies to adopt and be compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by designing and implementing easy-to use and affordable tools to generate awareness on their GDPR obligations and analyzing their level of compliance with the new data protection regulation.

In this context, FundingBox and the University of KU LEUVEN are organizing a webinar to explain main key issues regarding the regulation and how to join SMOOTH pilot program, a great opportunity for companies to test the SMOOTH platform and get one year free services of our software to be GDPR-compliant.

When: Thursday June 06 at 12PM CEST

Where: Online

Main concepts that will be covered

1. The GDPR scope.

2. The principle of lawfulness, fairness and transparency.

3. Accountability.

4. Data security.

5. Data subject’s rights.

6. What is SMOOTH and how to join the SMOOTH Pilot

About our Speakers

Brahim Bénichou is a legal researcher at the KU Leuven Center for IT and IP law (CiTiP) and active as Of Counsel at the IP/IT team of the international law firm NautaDutilh, where he supports businesses on matters related to privacy law, technology and innovation. He co-founded the start-up My Privacy Specialist, a legal solution that helps SME's to implement the GDPR in a cost-effective way and tailored to the specific needs of SME's. He obtained his law degree at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel in 2006 (cum laude). During these studies, he studied at the Université Libre de Bruxelles as part of the Erasmus Belgica programme. He also obtained an LLM in Corporate Law at the KU Leuven in 2010 (cum laude), where he is currently completing the LLM in IP and ICT law.

Nadia Feci is a legal researcher at the Center for IT and IP law (CiTiP) at KU Leuven , where she is working on the EU funded SMOOTH project. The SMOOTH project focuses on facilitating the implementation of the GDPR by micro enterprises. Besides Smooth, she is also involved in other privacy and data protection related projects. In 2018, she completed the advanced Master of Intellectual Property and ICT law at KU Leuven - Campus Brussels (cum laude), and she won the master's thesis prize of the Flemish Regulator for The Media for her thesis entitled 'The rise of the vloggers: integrated advertising and the current regulatory framework'. Nadia is also assistant editor for the International Encyclopedia of Laws - Media Law.

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