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Webinar on Recommended Model Contractual Clauses for Cross-border Transfers of Personal Data
Given the increasing digitalisation in the handling of personal data and globalisation of business operations in recent years, the challenges and complexities encountered by local enterprises in cross-border data transfers are set to mount. This is particular so with the proliferation and advancement of information and communication technology, including big data, cloud computing and data analytics.
Against this background, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data (PCPD) organises this webinar to share with you the “Recommended Model Contractual Clauses (RMCs)” for Cross-border Transfer of Personal Data. The RMCs serve to provide a practical basis for facilitating transfers of personal data from Hong Kong, enabling organisations to come to a clear agreement for transferring personal data in line with the requirements of the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance (PDPO) and good data ethics.
Enrolment is on a first-come-first-served basis.
|Date||27 June 2022 (Monday)|
|Time||3:00pm – 4:00pm|
$300 (Standard fee) /
|Accreditation||Accreditation of the Law Society of Hong Kong is being sought|
|Target Audience||Legal professionals, Compliance Officers, Data Protection Officers, IT professions and others who have business operations outside Hong Kong or have business relationships with other regions.|
Please enrol by completing the online enrollment page, and settle the payment on or before 22 June 2022 (Wednesday) 5pm via the following methods:
- Enrolment will be accepted on a first-come-first-served basis. The PCPD reserves the right of final decision.
- Confirmation email will be sent by 22 June 2022 (Wednesday).
- The PCPD will not issue records of attendance for participants.
- Personal Information Collection Statement: Personal data provided in this form will be used for the purpose of carrying out the above-mentioned event. You have the right to request access to and correction of your personal data held by the PCPD. You should make your data access request by completing the Data Access Request Form (OPS003) and sending the completed Form directly to the Data Protection Officer of the PCPD by fax (2877 7026), by email at email@example.com or in person or by mail to the PCPD, Room 1303, 13/F, Dah Sing Financial Centre, 248 Queen's Road East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong.
- Please note that the webinar may be filmed, photographed and/or recorded for PCPD's future educational purpose.
- The PCPD reserves the right to modify the content and the date of the webinar.
- For enquiry, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Security measures taken by the PCPD for webinar:
- The personal data collected in connection with the enrolment in webinar will be used for arranging the webinar. The PCPD will take security measures for storage. The PCPD will not disclose the personal data collected to other parties.
- Login information provided by participants is used for statistical purposes and carrying out the above-mentioned webinar only by the PCPD.
- No participants shall publish the content of the webinar in any format (including but not limited to recording audios and videos) without prior written consent from the PCPD.
Importance notes for participants on data security:
- Please log in with your Reference Number. Avoid using misleading name or online nickname so that the host can identify users easily.
- Do not share or publish the meeting ID, meeting links and password sent by the organiser arbitrarily.
- Ensure that the network connections are safe and secure (e.g. do not use public Wi-Fi, and use strong encryption for Wi-Fi network). Ensure that all devices are installed with the latest security patches and anti-virus software, and properly protected by firewalls.
- Participants are recommended to stop screen sharing, mute the microphone and turn off the webcam after logging in.
- Do not click any suspicious links during the webinar.
- Do not share confidential information during the webinar.
- Participants should be aware of any suspicious account activity. Sign out all Zoom account when in doubt.