General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in pharma industry
Mag. Nino Tlapak, Attorney of Law, Partner with DORDA Rechtsanwälte GmbH
Working area with DORDA:
Data protection, IT and e-commerce, intellectual property law (brand, design, patent and copyright law), media law, unfair competition law (UWG), social media
Dr. Axel Anderl, LL.M., Managing Partner with DORDA Rechtsanwälte GmbH
IT law and e-commerce, outsourcing, intellectual property law (brand, design, patent and copyright law), unfair competition law (UWG), media law, data protection, social media, storage media remuneration, sustainability
2 days` online training
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Participants should get a basic understanding of GDPR, relevant case-law and lessons learnt from practice with a focus on the pharmaceutical business.
Following a wrap-up of most important GDPR basics, the course focuses on handling of data breaches, ensuring data subjects‘ rights, compliance, HR, clinical trials and marketing campaigns (including best practices examples).
The course follows a solution-driven approach in order to ensure legally compliant but still pragmatic ways on how to process personal data for different purposes relevant for pharmaceutical companies.
Assessment will be done by Multiple choice questions. After successful completion, a certificate will be issued by VSCR.
- Awareness of the main principles of GDPR
- Deeper insight into the relevant privacy issues facing the pharmaceutical sector
- Understanding of complex data processing and mandatory to dos
- Knowledge of best practices on how to avoid GDPR sanctions
- Update on persistent case-law and current developments of GDPR in the pharmaceutical sector