Online Training: GDPR vs. Russian Law: How Not to Get Lost
Date: 4.03.2021, 11:00-13:00 Mow (10:00-12:00 Hki)
Finnish companies doing business in Russia must comply with the GDPR on the one hand, and with the local Personal Data Law on the other. No matter how ambitious the project is, a collision between laws may collapse it like a shot.
Russian law provides for specific requirements on legitimate interest, data subject’s consent, cross-border transfer, localization of data storage, data security, and other matters. This year, Russia revises its legislation on public data that will substantially affect CRM procedures, especially in the e-commerce.
Our speakers will compare key aspects of the GDPR with the Russian Personal Data Law and share practical tips and tricks. The attendees will get to know how to effectively tackle compliance challenges relevant to any industry.
Kim Parviainen, Counsel, Castrén & Snellman
Stanislav Rumyantsev, Senior Lawyer, CIPP/E, Gorodissky & Partners
- Why privacy compliance in Russia?
- Managing global compliance projects step-by-step
- Key similarities and differences between the GDPR and Russian law
- Choosing lawful basis for data processing under the GDPR and Russian law
- Drafting privacy documents without a hitch
- Main challenges of online and offline business operations
- New rules on public data in Russia
- Data security measures in Russia
- Setting up cross-border data flows and fulfilling the database localization requirement
- Data breaches in Russia: what to do?
Training is free of charge for Finnish Russian Chamber of Commerce membership companies.
The participation fee for non-members is 125 € + VAT