Implantación del RGPD en tres pasos

Category
Master Class
Date
2018-05-22
Venue
Hotel H10 Casa Mimosa C/Pau Claris, 179 - 08037 Barcelona

22 Mayo 2018, Barcelona


El reto de aplicar la nueva normativa en la gestión de la información empresarial

A la vista de las nuevas y numerosas obligaciones previstas en el Reglamento para las organizaciones y con la presión de un plazo inminente, una correcta gestión de la información de la empresa es crucial

 

Aunque han pasado casi dos años desde la aprobación del reglamento, son aún muchas las empresas que no han adecuado sus procesos a los nuevos requisitos establecidos por ley, aun sabiendo que la aplicación del Reglamento General de Protección de Datos (RGPD) se hace efectiva este mes de mayo.

El Reglamento impone numerosas obligaciones a las empresas cuya implementación requerirá significativos esfuerzos de carácter organizativo, técnico, económico y humano. Debe tenerse en cuenta que, en general, el Reglamento introduce una exigencia de mayor compromiso de las  organizaciones para garantizar la protección de datos a través del principio de “responsabilidad proactiva” (conocido como accountability), principio rector que deberá implementarse e impregnar toda la actividad de la organización. Por ello, la adaptación de una empresa al nuevo régimen aplicable en materia de protección de datos va a requerir, necesariamente, el compromiso de sus órganos de dirección y de toda la organización, así como la involucración directa en su implementación de diferentes roles de dentro ‒y posiblemente fuera‒ de cada organización.

La correcta (y completa) implementación de las obligaciones del Reglamento aconseja, por tanto, que las organizaciones se familiaricen con el contenido del Reglamento e inicien el diseño de los planes para su implantación con anterioridad al próximo mes de mayo. Sin embargo, son aún muchas las cuestiones y retos que se plantean, por lo que, con el fin de facilitar este proceso, el In-House & Compliance Club de Iberian Lawyer reúne a responsables de cumplimiento normativo, a expertos de protección de datos y directores jurídicos para dirimir los puntos clave para la adecuación progresiva a la nueva normativa.


 

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