18 to 19 June 2020

Data Protection and the Law Enforcement Directive

Published 4 years ago


This online seminar will analyse the practical and correct implementation of the EU Law Enforcement Directive in both protecting individuals’ personal data when it is being processed by police and criminal justice authorities and also improving cooperation in the fight against terrorism and cross-border crime in the EU through the exchange of information required for investigations.
It will highlight some of the challenges that practitioners face in relation to the Directive’s correct use and different interpretations of particular provisions in some Member States.

Key topics

  • Correct processing and categorisation of personal data and time limits for the erasing of such data
  • Security measures for the processing of personal data
  • Issues faced with subjective/objective exemptions
  • How to deal with data subject requests
  • Adequacy decisions

Who should watch the online seminar?

Law enforcement officials, data protection officers, ministry officials, data protection professionals in the private and public sector, cyber experts, lawyers and other advisers in the area of data protection and compliance.

For more details about the conference programme, fees, and online registration procedure, please consult the event website.