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Legal guide to meet the challenges of the 'Covid course

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Isabel Martinez exposes the legal keys in the area of privacy and new technologies in a report published by Cinco Días

With the end of the oasis that for many the month of August has meant companies and professionals now face their own return to school. This course, however, is presented as the most complicated in a long time for the economic fabric. To the worsening of the health crisis, which has disrupted the plans of many companies to return to school, we must add a very dark economic outlook. And the light at the end of the tunnel is not yet visible.

As if all this were not enough, in the financial year 2020-2021 we will have to continue to keep a close eye on the BOE (Official State Gazette). In addition to the usual legislative hyperactivity in an ordinary situation, which will continue, new regulations (or reforms of previous ones) will have to be approved to continue to combat the effects of the pandemic.

Privacy and new technologies

Data management, the black gold of the future, will continue to play a substantial role for companies. As Isabel Martínez Moriel, Director of Privacy, IT & Digital Business at Andersen, explains, the pandemic has boosted the digital model through teleworking, distance education and the use of new technologies. All of this requires the implementation of security measures to protect the information that is shared. It also highlights the importance of the recently created Data Office and the imminent processing of the e-Privacy Regulation.

The full article can be read in Cinco Días

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