The Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE) will be offering its Basic Compliance & Ethics Academy in Brussels from 13-16 April. This program, which has 3,000 graduates worldwide, provides three and a half days of classroom-style instruction in the fundamentals of managing a compliance and ethics program.
The Lorenz Privacy Team looks into the thorny issue of data localization. Upcoming legislation in an increasing number of jurisdictions requires companies to store personal information of customers and employees locally. As a consequence, companies see themselves obliged to substantially invest in local IT infrastructure to store data locally.
Binding Corporate Rules are not merely a matter of ensuring a legal basis for international data transfers. They help multinationals to put in place a globally consistent and robust privacy compliance and governance structure. For companies that have already a good level of privacy compliance in place, the application procedure is relatively easy.
Brussels - November 27, 2014: Wouter Janssens has tackled issues related to ticketing, trade marks and trade names at Festivak 2014, the major fair for the MICE industry in Belgium organized by Organisatie Groep Zuid.
Lorenz is proud to announce that we are co-hosting the seminar “Data Without Borders – Enabling International Data Transfers in a Globalized World” in Brussels on November 18. Amongst the speakers, Mr. Bart Tommelein, Belgium’s first Secretary of State for Privacy.
Brussels - August 25, 2014: Sébastien Ledure, Arnaut Kint and Wouter Janssens have tackled issues related to trade marks and trade names at the B2B Workshop organized by BBT Online, a leading publisher within the MICE industry.