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gdpr 3285252 1920It should be common sense that data privacy is a very important element of business these days. Even though many responsible people have not yet overseen the necessity and possible consequences of not taking care about these issues. In the eyes of many, the GDPR is nothing but a bureaucratic monster created by the EU. Some “implement” the regulations within their process landscapes without understanding the surrounding world and internal consequences. If people consider the contents of GDPR as unnecessary and some kind of chicane, it shows that they have not yet understood how vulnerable individuals got in the digital age. Especially considering long term effects, is somehow peculiar for many people since in business life many decisions are driven on short term perspectives.

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European Data Privacy Congress GDPR 1 22 May 2019 LuxembourgOn 22 May 2019 we, the DURY Compliance & Consulting GmbH, will organize in cooperation with the Wirtschaftsdiplomaten Krohn & Partner and the Vindler GmbH a European Data Protection congress which will take place in Esch-sur-Alzette (Luxembourg).

One year after the entry into force of the GDPR we would like to use the opportunity to take in the course of our congress „#GDPR + 1 – The European Business and Data Privacy Congress“ (conference languages: EN, DE, FR) retrospectively stock of what has been achieved as well as to recapitulate the data protection strategies which have proven to work and to identify the aspects of the GDPR that are still in need of reform. The aim is to jointly develop constructive proposals for solutions. Starting from data protection in Luxembourg, we will focuse on Europe and the way the different countries are dealing with the General Data Protection Regulation. With the organization of our European congress we intend moreover to create a platform for the exchange of experiences between companies and representatives of the supervisory authorities within the EU and to contribute in this way to a development of data protection rules in Europe adapted to the needs of our modern times. To this effect we developed an innovative conference format combining the advantages of the classic conference model with keynote lectures given by renowned speakers and subsequent discussion with those of an interactive workshop session
 with German, French and English work groups. In the following you will learn more about the target group, the concept, the objectives and the highlights of the congress.

Gerry Rankin Anonos BigPrivacy Gray Background1In preperation of the GDPR+1 Data Privacy Conference wich takes place on the 22nd May 2019 in Esch-sur-Alzette (Luxembourg) we had the opportunity to interview Gerry Rankin, Global Head - Privacy Risk Management of Anonos BigPrivacy.

 

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Xavier LefevreWe now live in a GDPR world where companies doing business in Europe can be fined with up to 20 million Euros or 4% of the total annual worldwide turnover in the preceding financial year, whichever is higher, if they or their services do not comply to GDPR.

As the dust settles, the post implementation began and we await increasing enforcement actions under GDPR.

In preperation of the GDPR+1 Data Privacy Conference which takes place on the 22nd May 2019 in Luxembourg we had the opprotunity to interview Xavier Lefevre, CEO of "Fair&Smart SAS" - a french service provider based in Metz, France, offering a simple, efficient and secure data privacy management solution - regarding his impressions on the influence of the GDPR on his business case.

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castle 3415423 128012. March 2019, 10:00-14:00, IHK Trier (Educational Center Room E7)

On 12 March, Martin Kerz, attorney at law from the law firm DURY Rechtsanwälte, gave a seminar at the IHK Trier on the effects of the e-Privacy Regulation (ePR) on companies. The meeting was organised by the EIC Trier in co-operation with the Chamber of Industry and Commerce Trier as well as the Chamber of Handicrafts Trier. In the cource of the seminar, attorney Martin Kerz discussed, among other things, which requirements are placed on SMEs in the implementation of the ePR, what is already known about the planned regulations, from when these regulations are obligatory and how to best prepare for it.

Find out more about the target group and the programme of the event below.

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