EXECUTIVE EDUCATION OPEN PROGRAMM
PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION
PRESENTATION AND IMPACTS
Wednesday 13th November 2013 at Insead 1, Ayer Rajah Avenue Singapore 138676 From 9:30 to 4:00 pm
Personal Data Protection Act in Singapore- Customer data is a valuable commodity to businesses worldwide. With the proliferation of the Internet, the availability and transferability of personal consumer data has grown exponentially. As a result, there is growing concern and realization that even in Singapore, consumers’ personal data is being sold or misused without their consent.
The Singapore Parliament thus passed the Personal Data Protection Act on 15 October 2012; country’s first Bill aimed at protecting personal data by regulating the collection, use, disclosure, access and care of personal data in a company’s possession.
The Bill became law on 2 January 2013 but will only be actively enforced 18 months thereafter so as to give organisations time to adjust to the new law.
The Act has wide-ranging implications on how organisations collect, use, disclose, access and care for personal data.
PART 1: UPDATE and OVERVIEW Data Protection Act
- data protection implications for companies regarding sales
- What kind of data must companies protect?
- managing personal data once obtained
- transition period and effect on foreign companies
- concerns of companies in Singapore
- suggested forms of compliance
- Canadian case law examples
- summary of Malaysia’s Data Protection Act
Kenneth Pereire is an associate at Consilium Law Corporation in Singapore. He is an Advocate & Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore.
Kenneth?s focus is on cross-border mergers and acquisitions, contract law, foreign investment law, compliance in a variety of sectors and employment law matters.
Kenneth has presented at talks and conferences in Singapore and abroad and has also jointly published a paper on mergers and acquisitions in Vietnam for a US publication.
Steven Trafford Taylor
Steven Trafford Taylor is a registered foreign lawyer at Consilium Law Corporation in Singapore. His practice focuses on foreign investment law, mergers and acquisitions, employment law and general corporate and commercial law throughout Southeast Asia.
Steven previously practiced law at the London office of Stikeman Elliott for two years. He also has taught contract law at the University of London. He is a member of the Law Society of England & Wales.
Originally from Canada, Steven received a B.A. from Concordia University. He also holds an LL.B. from the University of London and an LL.M. from the London School of Economics.
PART 2: How is managing impact of our organization?
- How to confirm what the Personal Data are for your organization
- Who should lead the Security initiative
- What you still can do before the first deadline January. 2014
- The work-plan to compliance by July 2014
- The action items for the executive(s)
- How to check your level of conformity
- How to transform the risk into an opportunity
Mr. Jean-Luc Creppy is CEO of EPC Partners in Japan and Singapore. He has experience and knowledge in IT security programs to include laws, regulations, policies, and directives affecting sensitive but unclassified data, and the intelligence community.
Mr. Jean-Luc Creppy has over 17 years of experience with complex projects/programs in Asia related to change management, technical transformation, Information Security including Personal Data Security, and Information Security compliance. He is a subject matter expert with the Risk Management, and IT security Frameworks.
Mr. Jean-Luc Creppy has demonstrated proven expertise with Personal data Protection while working in Japan supported large financial clients, governmental departments and large consulting organizations and financial groups.
Jean-Luc is currently consulting Singapore firms with the assessment and the planning of changes related to Singapore PDPA.
DATES AND FEES
|Wednesday 13th November 2013||Singapore||SG$ 500/per person|
Fee includes refreshments, lunch and full workshop documentation
- CPD points: pending accreditation.
- Practice area: Corporate / Commercial.
- Training category: General.
Download our PDF Brochure: Consumer protection in Europe June 2013
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