Information Technology issues are going to play an increasing role in business and other areas of life. Companies and people are paying more and more attention to the capability of serving the ever increasing needs of business process and regulatory requirements.The continuous development of information technology and the expansion of business presence of companies throughout the world, as well as an increase in the information, amounts that companies need to keep safely, process and use will inevitably lead to the fact that data protection and information security are especially important and complex legal issue to deal with.There are a lot of issues, including problems of uncertainties in legislation, which is constantly developing to match the life and business needs.
GRATA International’s Data Protection& Privacy lawyers are versed in IT legislation, issues of business localization and informational protection, as well as with the cross-border data transfer, cloud storage ability, etc.
- DD of internal documents of companies for compliance with legal requirements on data protection;
- advising on different IT Law issues (data protection, data localization, etc.)
ICLG Data Protection 2017: Kazakhstan
Advising a foreign company on the amendments to the Law on Personal Data Protection which came into force on 1 January 2016;
Advising a foreign company on how to bring their internal policy in accordance with the Law on Personal Data Protection;
Advising a foreign company on legal requirements to localization of personal data of its employees and customers;
Advising a foreign company on how to escape violation of legal requirements to protection of personal data in the process of tracking sold goods;
Advising a foreign company on legal requirements to filming in the process of examination of cameras to be installed in cars;
Advising a taxi carrier on legal requirements to personal data protection.
Developed the personal data processing regulations and other required documents for a Russian subsidiary of a major medical devices manufacturer;
Developed the personal data processing regulations and other required documents for an international transport association representative office in Russia, represented in the course of Roscomnadzor examination;
Advised a Russian subsidiary of a major equipment manufacturer in connection with personal data protection issues.
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