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Erik Valgaeren shares his views on GDPR on a panel organised by Yulchon in South-Korea

Erik Valgaeren shares his views on GDPR on a panel organised by Yulchon in South-Korea

Erik Valgaeren shares his views on GDPR on a panel organised by Yulchon in South-Korea

14.06.2018 BE law

Erik Valgaeren speaks on the strategy to respond to GDPR during a client seminar organized by Yulchon LLC in South-Korea.

This intensive training on personal data protection is implemented in response to the countermeasures against personal information leakage accidents, countermeasures after an accident, and measures against the European Union's General Privacy Act (GDPR). Issues and recent issues related to privacy protection will be discussed. In particular, since the GDPR can be applied directly to a large number of Korean companies as well as EU laws, there is much to prepare in advance in the legal organization.
This lecture will be attended by lawyers of Yulchon's privacy team and a selection of Korean in-house attorneys.

Erik also has meetings organized with clients in the e-commerce and gaming industry.

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