Data Privacy and Protection Masterclass (Bangalore)

A nine-judge Constitution bench of the Supreme Court ruled that privacy is a fundamental right in a verdict that would have implications for serious implications on companies for data protection. The judgement effectively creates for the first time, obligations and responsibilities, for all those companies or government organisations that deal with Indian citizens and their information. Data Protection refers to the set of privacy laws, policies and procedures that aim to minimise intrusion into one`s privacy caused by the collection, storage and dissemination of personal data. Personal data generally refers to the information or data which relate to a person who can be identified from that information or data whether collected by any Government or any private organization or an agency. The growth and development of technology has created new avenues for a possible invasion of privacy, involving State or non-State actors, and is required to be protected under Article 21 of the Constitution. There is a need to formulate regulations and have a robust legislation on data protection. Such data protection regime must strike a balance between individual interests and legitimate concerns of the State. The legitimate concerns of the State would include, inter alia, welfare programmes, national security, prevention and investigation of crime. The State must ensure that information is not used without the consent of users and data collected is used only: (i) for a legitimate purpose; and (ii) to the extent that it was disclosed.

A nuanced approach towards data protection will have to be followed in India, keeping in mind the fact that individual privacy is a fundamental right limited by reasonable restrictions, according to a white paper issued by the government on a data protection framework. On 31 July, the government constituted a 10-member committee of experts headed by former Supreme Court justice B.N. Srikrishna to study various issues relating to data protection and make specific suggestions on the principles to be considered for data protection as well as suggest a draft Data Protection bill. The government had sought public comments on the white paper.

CorpKonnect is organizing a full day Masterclass on Data Privacy and Protection to understand the rules under formation, impact of it on Indian companies and emerging business models like E Commerce and FinTech. Also to highlight the impact on EU GDPR Regulations on Indian companies and how to create a robust data security programme.

Technical Session 1

Indian Data & Privacy Protection Regulations: Understanding the Upcoming Landscape

  • Scope – Personal & Sensitive Data
  • Exceptions
  • Data Localisation – Serious Business Implications
  • Control over Data
  • Grounds for processing, obligation on entities and individual rights
  • Obligations for Protected Data
  • Business & Cost Implications
  • Regulation and Enforcement


Impact on companies cutting across sectors: 

Telecommunications; Banking & NBFC, Medicine and Healthcare; Insurance, FinTech, E Commerce, Job Search, Matrimonial websites, etc


Safeguarding Employee Data Protection and Privacy – Impact on Companies

   - Impact on MNCs storing employee data at single location


Migration to Cloud - Legal Issues


Technical Session 2: EU GDPR Regulations:

  • Understanding the framework
  • Data Processing - Impact on Indian Data Processing Companies
  • Risk Assessment and Preparation
  • Opportunities
  • Road ahead for Indian companies
  • How companies are gearing up for this


EU GDPR and Indian Data Protection Law (Upcoming) – A Comparison


Legal Issues with cross border data flows – Indian Perspective


Technical Sesskion 3: Privacy – A Fundamental Right & The Aadhar Judgement

  • Business Implication on Companies

The WhatsApp Case

Issues and Challenges in emerging contemporary Business Models

Technical Session4: Data Protection: Risk and Strategy

  • Data Risk Management
  • Data (Sensitive) Protection strategy from external and internal threats
  • Adaptation with external environment
  • Cloud for Data Protection
  • Tools and Techniques
Stephen Mathias
Partner & Co-Chair Technology Law Practice
Kochhar & Co.

Stephen Mathias is the partner in charge of the Bangalore office of Kochhar & Co, a leading law firm in India. He also co-chairs the firm`s Technology Law Practice, the first of its kind in India.

Stephen is a graduate of the prestigious National Law School of India University where he did an Honours degree in Arts and Law. He is also a British Chevening Scholar and has done a diploma in European and English Law at the College of Law York and worked briefly at a leading law firm in London. He is also a solicitor on the rolls of the Law Society of England and Wales.

Stephen began his career working in the Tax and Regulatory Division of multinational accounting firm Arthur Andersen, doing mergers and acquisitions, foreign investments, joint ventures, securities law and strategic investment work. Stephen represents some of the world`s largest information technology companies and his work involves setting up software development and BPO centers in India, software licensing, e-commerce and outsourcing.

He is a leading expert on legal issues relating to outsourcing to India and has spoken at many conferences in India and abroad on the subject, including conferences organized by the International Technology Law Association, the American Bar Association and the International Federation of Computer Law Associations (IFCLA).


Mathew Chacko
Partner
Spice Route Legal

Mathew Chacko is an expert on Indian data protection laws and a Partner at Spice Route Legal, an Indian law firm that specialises in Information, Media and Technology Laws. He advises companies on various aspects of Indian Technology, Information, Media and Telecommunications law and has advised companies on some of the most challenging cross border acquisitions and post acquisition integration in the sector.

Mathew is a regular speaker at various conferences on the nuances of Doing Business in India across Asia and Europe.


Shubhamangala Sunil
CEO & Managing Director
Global Cyber Security Response Team

Shubhamangala Sunil (Security Consultant and info & Cyber Security Expert) is the Founder Chairperson CYBER SECURITY RESPONSE TEAM (CSRT) Which is now globally recognized as GLOBAL CYBER SECURITY RESPONSE TEAM PVT LTD… She started the CSRT a Team aimed at substantially improving the ability of cyber security in India and defend its critical cyber crimes. She has initiated the free cyber security and internet safety seminars from GCSRT in all colleges and schools in Bangalore and round the nation. She is the Chief Editor in Australian journal for wireless technologies, mobility and security, which is the initiative by leading researchers and academicians to enable the aspirants of PhD degrees and post doc fellows from Pacific region and Asia.

Currently she is NATIONAL CYBER Safety and Security Standards Technical Committee Member.


Rajesh Vellakkat
Partner
Fox Mandal Associates

Rajesh is an Indian qualified lawyer and practices IP and Technology Laws (including Data privacy and E-Commerce). Over two decades of professional practice, he has advised Indian and foreign clients on Intellectual Property law, Franchising, Trademark Portfolio Management, IP infringement actions, Outsourcing, Data Privacy Laws, Technology contracts, Technology and IP transaction advisory, Litigation and Arbitration. I regularly advise on Private Equity and M&A transactions related to technology companies. 

He specialises in Intellectual property law, Technology law, Internet contracts, corporate law, merger acquisition, contracts and arbitration.


The Pride Hotel
93, Richmond Road, Langford Gardens, Bengaluru
080 - 43484348
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Registration FeesINR 8,000 + 18% GST per delegate

Group Discount: 5% Discount on a Group of 2 or more Delegates

Note: The fees would include Course Material and Lunch & Refreshments at the Hotel


Payment Details:

Cheque/DD: Cheque/DD to be drawn in favour of E Watch Media and Learning Solutions LLP

Please courier the cheque to: B-106, Sector 65, Noida 201301, UP, India


Bank Details for NEFT/RTGS/Cash Deposit   

Bank Name

HDFC Bank

Beneficiary Name

E Watch Media and Learning Solutions LLP

Current Account No

50200010658471

IFSC Code

HDFC0002649

Brach Name

Sector 62 Noida


For Credit Card Payment: Please contact us


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Biplab SenGupta
Mob: +91- 8130826342

Email: training@corpkonnect.com  
Website: www.corpkonnect.com