The key requirements of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and practice – these topics were discussed at the meeting held by the Personal Data Protection Inspector of Georgia with the representatives of business sector. The meeting was followed by the debate on the issues, such as scope of application, specific rules of regulation and existing challenges in terms of its practical application.
Ethics, Personal Data Protection and modern technologies - Tamar Kaldani is attending the 40th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners (ICDPPC).
With the aim to share the best practices and Georgian experience of personal data protection, the delegation of Kyrgyz Republic visited Tbilisi. During 3 days, the Office of the Personal Data Protection Inspector hosted the delegation, consisting of the representatives of various governmental agencies and OSCE Bishkek Office.
“Personal data protection in the process of local self-governance and existing challenges” – was in focus of the workshops held on 25-28 September, 2018 by the Personal Data Protection Inspector’s Office of Georgia for the representatives of local self-government authorities of Eastern Georgia. This time meetings were held with the local self-government authorities in the Eastern Georgia.
Responsibilities of data controllers and legal requirements; direct marketing and rules of video surveillance; processing of biometric data and the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)- The Inspector held meeting with business sector representatives.
“Personal data protection in the process of local self-governance and current challenges” – was in focus of the workshops held on 17-20 July, 2018 by the Personal Data Protection Inspector’s Office of Georgia for the representatives of local self-government authorities of Western Georgia .
Within the framework of the roundtable meeting, held in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, the Personal Data Protection Inspector, Tamar Kaldani delivered a speech. The participants of the meeting discussed international standards of personal data protection, as well as establishment of a data protection supervisory authority and the main directions of its activities.
At the plenary meeting of Convention 108 Consultative Committee (T-PD), the Personal Data Protection Inspector of Georgia, Tamar Kaldani was elected as a member and the first Vice Chair of the Bureau of the Consultative Committee. The plenary, held in Strasbourg, France, marked the first meeting of the Committee since the adoption of the modernized Convention 108.
Disclosure of health-related data in healthcare institutions, data protection in healthcare sector –Personal Data Protection Inspector’s Office held a meeting with the representatives of healthcare system.The recent recommendation on Personal Data Protection in Healthcare Sector developed by the Inspector’s Office was discussed at the meeting, followed by discussions on current problems and other practical matters.
Georgian delegation is visiting Brussels to study the mechanisms of oversight of security services and share the best practices of the Kingdom of Belgium. Personal Data Protection Inspector Tamar Kaldani and the Deputy Personal Data Protection Inspector Nikoloz Bregvadze are attending the meetings. Chairperson of the Legal Issues Committee of the Parliament of Georgia Eka Beselia and the First Deputy Minister of Justice of Georgia Alexander Baramidze are also part of the Georgian delegation.