DASTAG 2013 annual Conference on data protection and data security 17-18.10.2013 Bensheim/Hessen Munich 14.05.2013 – data protection in companies and Government agencies is constantly facing new challenges. Not only technical developments require the IT specialists always up-to-date knowledge. The DASTAG data protection Conference, organised by the Munich-based CBT training & Consulting GmbH takes place in October in Bensheim-Hessen. The meeting discusses the current issues of data protection in practice reports, workshops, and short seminars. The focus is on knowledge transfer in the direct exchange and networking between experts and participants.
We are pleased that we could win the President of the Bavarian State Office for data protection supervision, Mr Thomas Kranig as keynote speaker”, said Ms. Gabriela Bucherl, Managing Director of CBT training & consulting. Mr Kranig will speak from the perspective of the supervisory authority the official tasks and powers, which are arising from the new EU data protection regulation. The participants can more expect exciting topics. Mr.
Prof. Dr. Gerling (Max Planck Society) explains what enterprises of scientific institutes in the privacy can learn. More papers addressing, inter alia, legal developments and aspects of data protection, legal experts speak on the DASTAG to busy data protection and given the rapid spread of community portals especially explosive privacy in social networks. Also the DASTAG workshops deal with cutting-edge themes which safety-technical and legal problems arising from the trend to the cloud, which allows that many employees use more and more private hardware for work purposes. (Byod bring your own device). Many companies operate hope still according to the principle relating to data protection. But what if in fact a case of privacy violation occurs? The live hacking lead the Gotz Scharner speaker of the 8COM above lecture economic spy & cybercrime daily attacks. Data protection on the paper must be also in the heads Employees, they need the pure information privacy, be made aware for the handling of personal data.