What is Data Privacy and how will it affect businesses? With the stage already set for the implementation and enforcement of the Philippine Data Privacy Legislation this September 2017, along with impending deadline for the registration of data processing systems with the National Privacy Commission, no business should be out of the loop and left behind.
The European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (ECCP) in partnership with Quisumbing Torres invite you for an afternoon forum on Data Privacy on July 26, 2017, 2PM at Diamond Suites, Cebu City.
Learn more about the Philippines' primary data privacy legislation and its practical implications on information processing in your business operations - handling applicant and employee data, contracting with third-party providers, and interfacing with customers.
- Learning about the current state of cybercrime and the importance of cyber security
- Familiarizing yourself with key concepts and compliance points of the Data Privacy Act and its Implementing Rules and Regulations
- Assessing the practical implications and application of the law to your business operations
- Evaluating your present readiness to immediately comply with the law’s general principles and requirements on data processing
Who Should Attend
- Companies processing personal information whether as employers, service providers, or retailers
- Individuals leading in or are responsible for information technology and communication systems, human resources management, and data protection
- Exponents and advocates of the individual’s right to privacy and of the current global movement towards the protection of personal information
OUR EVENT PARTNER
ECCP members - P700
Non members - P1,500
Academe - P1,000
Onsite payment - P2,000
*10% Early Bird discount for those who REGISTER & PAY on or before July 17, 2017
*10% Group discount for a group of 3
PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.
For confirmation and more information,
please contact Christine Teves at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call ECCP Visayas at (032) 253 3387 | (032) 253 3389 or telefax (032) 412 1194.