A data leak is referred to in the GDPR as a personal data breach and is defined as a breach of security resulting in the accidental or unlawful destruction, loss, alteration, unauthorised disclosure of or access to personal data transmitted, stored or otherwise processed.
No company or organisation, public or private, is safe from a leak that can cost thousands or even millions of euros. The City of Liège, the Free University of Brussels, the Belnet network, MGM Resorts, Microsoft, Zoom, Instagram, TikTok and YouTube, OVH, are all famous examples of breaches of sophisticated security systems that have made the headlines.
But, when is a data breach? In which cases should a data breach be notified and to whom? How can the breach be remedied? What are the obligations in the event of a breach? What is the risk of sanctions?
This webinar will provide practical legal and operational answers to the various questions raised by a data breach, addressing the measures to be implemented upstream and the procedures to be followed downstream.
Saba Parsa, lawyer, editor-in-chief of DPO news, assistant in law of obligations at FUSL, vice-president of the CSA
Jacques Folon, visiting professor, external DPO, CEO GDPRfolder
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