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The Singapore Government released the amendments to the Personal Data Protection Act ( “PDPA” ) for public consultation in May 2020.

It is likely that most of the amendments set out in the draft Personal Data Protection ( Amendment ) Bill 2020 ( “Bill” ) will be passed, since the PDPC has previously carried out three consultations on key policy proposals, and the Bill consolidates all of these earlier proposals.

Organisations should plan ahead for the significant changes to the PDPA.
This timely webinar will focus on the important changes on how personal data should be handled in future including the proposed expanded deemed consent, consumer’s right for data portability, mandatory data breach reporting by companies and the enhanced penalty of up to 10% of a company’s gross turn-over for data breaches instead of the up to 1 million dollars currently.

Programme Outline

The topics to be covered in the webinar are:

  • Review of key changes in the Act on mandatory data breach, expanded deemed consent and data portability;
  • Position of your suppliers and clients in the mandatory data breach reporting;  
  • Sample clauses where relevant; and
  • Q&As

Expert Speaker

K. K. Lim
Head, Cybersecurity, Privacy and Data Protection
Eversheds Harry Elias LLP   

A well-recognised figure in the information security and legal technology fraternity, KK is often invited to speak on technology law, risk compliance and cybersecurity and data protection in conferences and forums. Prior to being called to the Singapore Bar, KK worked for both the public and private sectors such as the Singapore Government, PLCs listed in Singapore and New York in the fields of technology policy, market research and information security consulting and data privacy including being the Chief Privacy Officer (APAC) for a global healthcare research company.

KK has also published in Privacy Advisor, a publication of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) and the inaugural chapter contributor to Global Privacy & Security Law, a publication of Wolters Kluwer.

KK holds a Bachelor of Arts in Government and Psychology (University of Texas at Austin), a Bachelor of Laws (Monash University), a Master of Laws (National University of Singapore), a Specialist Diploma in Information Systems Security (Temasek Polytechnic) and is a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM). He is a co - founding member of The Association of Information Security Professionals (AiSP)(Singapore) as well as its former Secretary. 

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