New Data Protection Regulation

The EU's new data protection regulation enters into force as a Swedish law on 25 May 2018 and thus replaces the Personal Data Act (PUL). This will entail increased requirements for management and control, documentation, routine descriptions, impact assessments, clearer information initiatives and measures in the systems that process personal data.

On March 28, together with Lindahl, we will host a breakfast seminar aimed at you who is active within a company or a public activity that handles personal information in some form. We give you an insight into the new data protection regulation and the consequences it will have. 

Follow the link for the invitation and registration:

New Data Protection Regulation - Content and consequences

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