The legal and regulatory landscape around cloud computing is by no means static. Cloud computing that employs a hybrid, community or public cloud model “creates new dynamics in the relationship between an organization and its information, involving the presence of a third party: the cloud provider. This leads to new challenges in understanding how laws apply to a wide variety of information management scenarios and to the different parties under these various scenarios.
Regardless of which computing model you use, cloud or otherwise, you will need to consider the legal issues, specifically those around any data you might collect, store and process. There will likely be national, European or international laws you will need to consider to ensure you are in legal compliance.
In this 2 day bootcamp on 13 and 28 October, we will go more into detail on :
- ICT contracts, and more specifically for Software as a Service
- Protection of data and privacy
- Regulatory frameworks
- Responsibilities of the different parties
- Data security
- Philippe Laurent (LegalICT), Counsel, Marx Van Ranst Vermeersch & Partners
- Beatrice Vanden Abeele, Company Lawyer, Advisor Regulations & Standardisation, vzw Agoria asbl
- Erika Buyens, Company Lawyer, Advisor Regulations & Standardisation, vzw Agoria asbl
- Ulrich Seldeslachts, Managing Director LSEC
Sessions will be in English.
Monday 13 October 2014, 13:30 - 18:00
Tuesday 28 October 2014, 13:30 - 18:00
A. Reyerslaan 80
Sirris - Agoria - iMinds - Lsec
Members and non members: 399 euro/company. Each company can send two participants.