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While companies struggle to collect and use data, its protection became a new strategic challenge for states. The EU has adopted new data protection rules, complemented in each member state by national legislation. The full legal corpus enforced in France for data protection alone amounts to around 600 articles…
This course aims to present the basic principles of data protection legislation in France. Core notions will be defined, the stakes for companies – whether large, SME or start-up – will be explained and practical advices will be given in order to help students outline a way to cope with all the new obligations in their respective fields.

March 9-10th, 2020

2 days

Fabrice Mattatia
Digital trust expert

  • IMT-BS Executive Alumni Club Members, IMT Starter, Staff : free for a maximum of 5 days, 150 €/day beyond
  • Others : 150 €/day

– Understanding the core notions and principles
– Identifying the main existing laws
– Presenting the new tools available

– Personal data: definitions and values
– Founding principles of EU and French law
– New concepts: accountability, registers, privacy impact assessments, data protection officers…
– Practical processes

People working or looking for a position in compliance, ethics, law or data protection sectors.
SME managers responsible for data protection

Bac + 3 years minimum – 5 years’ professional experience minimum – English B2

Fabrice Mattatia imt-bs

Fabrice Mattatia

Digital trust expert

Fabrice Mattatia
An expert in digital trust, Fabrice is both an engineer – a former student of Ecole Polytechnique and Telecom Paristech – and holds a Ph.D. in law, specializing in digital services law. He is currently Data Protection Officer (DPO) at the French Ministry of the Interior. He also chairs at the French Committee for the Homologation of Health Data Stores, whilst serving as DPO master program course director at IMT-BS.