Enough uncertainty on data breaches! Join us to unpack the newest draft EDPB breach guidance & associated examples

Even with the greatest caution, it can happen: If a personal data breach occurs, controllers and processors must comply with breach obligations in very short periods of time. The new draft guidelines of the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) on personal data breaches notification requirements now provide further guidance and make best practice recommendations. Some aspects have become clearer, others have not.

Our international Privacy & Data Protection team is here to give you an update on the key points brought by the EDPB draft guidance. In addition, we also provide insights in our practice of managing personal data breaches and explain how to mitigate risks, such as fines, claims and reputational damages.

Speakers: Gabriel Voisin and Simon Assion

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