Roundtable

14 December 2017: IT governance and GDPR - Roundtable debate in Luxembourg

14 December 2017: IT governance and GDPR - Roundtable debate in Luxembourg

14 December 2017: IT governance and GDPR - Roundtable debate in Luxembourg

07.12.2017 LU law

The University of Luxembourg’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) and the Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance (FDEF) in cooperation with the law-firm Stibbe organise five roundtable debates dedicated to IT governance and the GDPR. 

In our first session of 14 December, we will discuss "Legal solutions: how to accommodate the GDPR challenges in your IT contracts?". We will focus on topics such as the relationship between the contractual parties, the rights of the data subjects, security and confidentiality, data processing registers, audit and inspection.

Date: Thursday 14 December 2017

Time: 12:00 PM - 2:00 pm

Place: University of Luxembourg, Campus Kirchberg

If you wish to receive an invitation to this session, please send an email to An-Marie.  

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