The National Data Protection Commission (ANPD) on Monday participated in the 19th Digital Dialogue Brazil – United Kingdom, in which experiences and digital agendas are shared between companies of the Brazilian and United Kingdom governments.
Under the theme “International Data Flows and Data Protection”, Miriam Wimmer, Director, ANPD, outlined some of the challenges faced by ANPD since its latest formation in November 2020 and the steps taken to overcome them. Among them, he cited the priorities established in the Authority’s strategic plan, namely strengthening the culture of protecting personal data, establishing an effective ethical environment for the protection of personal data and improving legal conditions. Fulfilling its obligations. Legal powers.
Wimmer reinforced the importance of international data exchanges and their security mechanisms for the new modern digital economy, and foreshadowed the ANPD regulatory agenda for the first half of 2022, the first edition of the Rules for the Regulation of International Transfers. Data emphasizes standard contract terms.
Participating in the discussion were Joe Jones and Declan Shaw, representatives of the UK Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sports – DCMS and William Middleton, Director General of the FCDO – Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office of the United Kingdom – Personal Data Security He stressed the importance of cooperation between countries in the field.
The event takes place on April 19 and 20 in virtual form. Other organizations and organizations participating in the dialogue include the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Communications and the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation.
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