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During these uncertain times, organizations are dealing with unprecedented operational and legal challenges in their efforts to contain the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak. Since March 2020, as the crisis continues to evolve, EU data protection authorities have been issuing continuous guidance on the most pressing privacy issues in this new environment.  During this session, Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP’s Brussels privacy lawyers David Dumont and Anna Pateraki and Lisa J. Sotto, chair of the firm’s global privacy and cybersecurity practice, will address key EU data protection issues that have arisen in connection with the fight against COVID-19, including:

  • Requirements and restrictions on processing employee and visitor data for health monitoring purposes
  • The EU’s most recent data protection guidance on COVID-19 issues, including the development of common standards for contact tracing apps
  • Priorities for crisis management from a data protection perspective, including measures to consider for cybersecurity preparedness and safe teleworking
  • Ensuring your privacy program stays up and running during the crisis


David Dumont, Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP

Anna Pateraki, Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP

Lisa J. Sotto, Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP





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