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Erik Valgaeren speaks at EPB’s Connected day

Erik Valgaeren speaks at EPB’s Connected day

Erik Valgaeren speaks at EPB’s Connected day

22.03.2016

The Connected Day is attended by various IT decision makers and is dedicated to the most recent developments in the field of cybersecurity, IT and public sector, big data and the Internet of Things, and cloud computing.

Erik Valgaeren, partner in our Brussels office, gives an update on the various notification duties when a cyber incident occurs. In his presentation, he addresses the following questions:

  • What legal requirements should you apply in your organization? Erik gives an overview of key considerations under Belgian telecom law, data protection law and financial law.
  • Which authorities should you notify, when and how?
  • What are the penalties for non-compliance?

For more information about the EBP Connected day, please click here.

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