VI LexDATUM Day Edition: Law for ICT professionals


17 and 18 in December of 2020 (Thursday and Friday) – 11:00 to 13:00 – Videoconference
University of Valladolid

Free information and registrations

LEXDATUM is an annual meeting forum that brings together lawyers who are experts in ICT law and companies and institutions in the technology sector to exchange experiences and catch up on the challenges posed by the current regulatory frameworks.

The objective of LEXDATUM is to provide professionals in the technology sector who handle personal data training on legal aspects that directly affect the exercise of the profession from a practical perspective, specifically oriented to this professional profile.

This new edition of LEXDATUM will delve into how mobile apps (the "apps") take privacy and data protection into account. What to consider when designing an app to comply with privacy rules? How to tell if an app puts the privacy of its users at risk? Are developers respecting these rules? What happens if an app has jeopardized the privacy of its users?

In addition to ICT professionals, LEXDATUM is also intended for students or recent graduates in degrees in this same technological field who want to orient their future professional profile to aspects related to data protection and cybersecurity.

The format chosen for this edition is “Online” and the day will take place in two two-hour sessions, on consecutive days. The first day will serve as an introduction to the topic and the second will be a round table where you will have the opportunity to listen and interact with public and private sector experts.

We are waiting for you at LEXDATUM!

The coordinators:

  • Mercedes Martínez González (Dpto teacher. University of Valladolid)
  • Julian Brook Alvarez (Secretary of the CyL Professional College of Computer Science Engineers, Professor of the Department. University of Valladolid)
  • David Sanz Esteban (Technical Director in Privacy At the University of Valladolid)
  • Juan Ignacio Asensio-Pérez (Professor of the Department. Signal Theory and Communications and Telematics Engineering at the University of Valladolid)

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