3 rd International GDPR Conference


Does it really matter if controllers conclude DPA with CSPs located in the EU, Serbia or EU CSPs under the control of parent companies located in the US?

What is the concept of “Microsoft Cloud for Sovereignty”? What are the benefits for companies from a joint venture between Serbian Government and Oracle in Data Centre in Kragujevac? Are CSPs ready to adjust their policies to the requirements of controllers and how controllers can verify whether and to what extent CSPs are complying with GDPR? And what do representatives of Garante and Serbian SA think about all these questions?

In 2020 Serbian Government announced the opening of a Data Centre in Kragujevac – the project is to promote the quality of e-services to citizens, development of artificial intelligence and data storage. In May this year, the Serbian Government and Oracle signed a commercial agreement enabling Oracle to provide services from Data Centre in Kragujevac to Oracle clients.

IN THE SECOND SESSION, the conference will address the benefits of Oracle investments for commerce – the Oracle experts will explain the details of the investment. On the other side, Microsoft representatives will present the concept of “Microsoft Cloud for Sovereignty” – the focus of representatives of both companies would be advantages offered to their clients and compliance of their business with GDPR.

Our guests and friends from Europe – representatives of EU data protection authorities, global chief privacy officers and attorneys from world leading law firms will share experiences on regulatory challenges of CSPs business: the activities of EU data protection authorities,  how new EU SCC affect CSPs, what controllers can do to verify level of CSPs compliance and whether and to which extent controllers can negotiate terms and conditions of CSP services?

Representatives of Serbian SA will provide information on how SA contributes to compliance of business of controllers which use CSPs services with GDPR.

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