In the age of digital economy, the widespread use and processing of personal data by organizations raises important regulatory issues. In an area where rapid technological developments imply constant compliance challenges, both at a global level – with the General Data Protection Regulation (RGPD) presenting itself as one of the most demanding pieces of legislation – and at a more granular level with other relevant legislation, risks arising from non-compliance with standards and mandatory procedures are significant and may entail fines, damages and, above all, loss of reputation and trust with clients and other stakeholders.
In this area, where data circulates beyond physical boundaries and where not only legal, but also technical and organizational aspects are relevant, global coverage and a multidisciplinary approach are key. These are precisely the structuring axes of our services offering in Data Protection. We are in constant contact with professionals in 80 jurisdictions, striving to provide our clients with proven and validated solutions in different scenarios, taking into account the most recent developments.
With a consolidated experience, ranging from global projects of multinational organizations to legal assistance in specific issues of local scope, our team seeks to be permanently updated and able to provide the best solutions available, boasting among our professionals several important certifications in this field, such as CIPP/E and OneTrust.
Our services include the mapping of regulatory obligations and mandatory procedures, assistance in their implementation and in the definition of long-term solutions to the governance of personal data. We assist in the design, execution and implementation of:
Inventories of personal data processing operations;
Global compliance programs for the protection of personal data;
Training and awareness materials for employees;
Privacy Impact Assessments (DPIAS);
Compliance analysis on Big Data and IoT (Internet of Things);
Enabling structures for international transfers of personal data.