Webinar DSGVO / Schrems-II

Recording of the webinar GDPR/ Schrems II

On February 11th, the dc nearshoring team held a webinar on GDPR and the judgment Schrems II. In international cooperation with service providers, it is important to take appropriate measures to address the potential risks associated with the cross-border transfer of data.

In the video you will learn:
· specific requirements for the company
· implement pragmatic solutions to ensure compliance
· alternatives to Standard Contractual Clauses

We at dc nearshoring are one of the few centers of competence for IT nearshoring with an independent and dedicated marketplace in the region. In accordance with our mission, we want to make a contribution with this webinar for the Germany region in order to protect or increase the competitiveness of our customers.

To watch the video, please click on the link: https://youtu.be/4KPpxkVxwXo

Thanks again for interest. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

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Our Speekers:

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Davide Criscione
Founder, dc nearshoring
With 25 years of sourcing-experience in IT, Davide Criscione is the expert for nearshoring and sourcing. He has worked for a global industrial leader in CIO- and procurement positions as well as in a global market responsibility for a leading IT Service-Provider.

He has set-up several multi-national and global IT Delivery Centres, including financial planning, governance-concepts and roll-outs and is now ready for your IT Sourcing-project.

 Alexander S.
Alexander Scholz
Direktor Consulting KPMG AG
20 years of experience in the conception and implementation of strategic issues in CIO organizations. The focus here is on the development and introduction of distributed delivery models for large companies and upper medium-sized companies in German-speaking countries.

Sebastian Hoegel
Lawyer and certified specialist for information technology law at KPMG Law Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH

Sebastian Hoegl is responsible for the area of ​​data protection law and IT law, in which more than 15 lawyers are currently working. His particular focus is on advising the public sector and providing comprehensive advice to data and technology-driven companies. Sebastian Hoegl has studied in Freiburg, Cologne and Wellington (New Zealand) and has been admitted to the bar since 2011.

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