THIS IS A PARTNER EVENT
The Singapore Manufacturing Federation (SMF) cordially invites LatAmCham members to the following event:
The Singapore Manufacturing Federation (SMF), in collaboration with Drew & Napier, is delighted to present the webinar, "What you always wanted to know about PDPA and GDPR" on Wednesday, 16 June 2021 from 4.00pm – 6.00pm (Singapore time) exclusively for members of SMF.
The webinar provides an overview of the obligations relating to protection of personal data under Singapore's Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) and the requirements of the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Why you should attend:
This webinar will provide you with an understanding about Data Protection and provide an overview on
what business should know. The webinar will cover:
- Overview of key principles and obligations relating to protection of personal data underSingapore's Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA)
- Practical tips on meeting the requirements of the PDPA
- Overview of the requirements of EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and cross-border data protection issues under the PDPA and GDPR
- Security of personal data, handling a data breach and data breach notification
What is the PDPA and GDPR, and what do they entail?
In 2012, the Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) was passed by the Singapore Parliament. The PDPA sets the baseline standard of protection for personal data in Singapore, further complementing the aforementioned sector-specific legislative and regulatory frameworks in order to safeguard personal data from misuse. Companies have been known to be fined for data breach under PDPA and hence it is important for companies to know their obligations.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is Europe's data privacy and security law that is known for being the toughest privacy and security law in the world. As of 2018, all organisations around the world are subject to the regulations of the GDPR as long as they collect the data related to people in the European Union (EU). Companies who violate the GDPR regulations are subject to harsh fines and penalties. Hence companies need to safeguard themselves to find out about GDPR.