In this day and age, where information has become one of the most valuable assets of any business, data protection, and cybersecurity have come to the forefront of privacy. Every now and then we hear about data breaches, hacking, and information theft. Loss of data affects not only the reputation of the controller, but also puts it in the center of regulatory scrutiny, and may expose it to criminal, civil and administrative liabilities Moreover, having to notify thousands to millions of data subjects can be costly.
This event aims to train your data privacy team to assess security incidents, react to potential personal data breaches, and comply with NPC regulations on data privacy breaches. They will learn how to distinguish between a reportable data breach and a reportable security incident, and avoid the pitfalls of premature reporting.
This event will cover the latest rules and regulations concerning data privacy breaches and the requirements of the National Privacy Commission. This will serve as the foundation for the role simulation exercises that attendees will participate
The exercises simulate potential situations of data breaches and security incidents, which shall vary per group. This will allow the participants to learn to assess different types of data breaches and security incidents on their own, how to discuss and evaluate it with others to arrive at a proper determination of whether the incident is a reportable data breach or a reportable security incident, and allow them to learn from the experience of other participants.
Participants will be divided into small groups each assisted by a facilitator to optimize
every participant’s learning experience. Limited seats are available!
Disini Law was established in 2000 as a full-service firm with a focus on various cutting-edge technology and their interactions with legal issues.
It has been involved in the data privacy space for over 20 years and has been training various entities and persons on the Data Privacy Act since its enactment in 2012.
Disini Law has conducted various data privacy compliance projects and has provided valuable advice on various security incidents and data breach matters to its clients.
The firm’s lawyers were recently tapped to be instructors at the first ever online DPO certification training course by the University of the Philippines Open University – a partnership between the firm’s non-profit, Digital Freedom Network and the University.
Honorable institutions such as The Legal 500 and AsiaLaw Profiles have also recognized the firm as one of the top-performing law firms in practice areas such as technology, media, and telecommunication, intellectual property, and corporate and M&A.
The Digital Freedom Network was formed at the onset of the current digital rights revolution that has redefined communications and the way we do business, and expanded age-old concepts of properties and rights. The public have struggled to understand and keep pace with these changes. New laws and policies that have been crafted to respond to the Philippine digital age at time lend clarity, but also uncertainty, especially when new regulatory regimes are introduced.
Of the patchwork of laws, regulations and innovations, the Digital Freedom Network is here to make sense, and propose sense. Its experts have rendered crucial research advice on how to best innovate public policy in response to new technologies, working with government agencies such as the Department of Trade and Industry, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas and the Department of Science and Technology, and with industry groups such as the Financial Technology Alliance.
In 2020, the Digital Freedom Network completed a research paper analyzing gaps in the prosecution of the crime of online sexual exploitation of children, proposing interventions to mitigate existing enforcement gaps. Its experts likewise assisted in the drafting of legislation for the establishment of a regulatory framework for online digital transactions.
The Digital Freedom Network likewise co-presented the popular Digital Transformation Thursdays, a series of weekly webinars focusing on widely talked about emerging issues in law and technology.