SVKK Training Online: Privacy Compliance Challenges: GDPR v. Russian law
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) defines companies’ compliance on personal data collecting, processing and storing. Russia has its own personal data protection law, which also must be followed in companies’ operations. Both laws are complicated and sanctioned.
The EU GDPR is somewhat familiar to Finnish companies, and many companies have been forced to familiarize with the Russian one as well. However, it is sometimes hard to follow both these legislative frames.
This training is about synchronizing and comparing these two legislative contexts and finding out where a company should be especially careful in creating company’s compliances.
Kim Parviainen, Counsel, Castrén & Snellman
Stanislav Rumyantsev, Senior Lawyer, Gorodissky & Partners
Why privacy compliance in Russia?
Managing global compliance projects
Key differences between GDPR and Russian law
Why legitimate interests do not work as a lawful basis in Russia?
Data processing online and offline
Documenting cross-border data flows
Drafting Russian privacy documents
Data breaches in Russia: what to do?
Training is free of charge for Finnish Russian Chamber of Commerce membership companies. For others admission fee is 75 € + VAT
Information and registration through web-site or by contacting Elena Niininen: email@example.com, tel. +358 50 360 7742