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We assist you in contractual, regulatory and litigation matters, in your innovative, complex and often international projects, digital transformation, electronic communication, personal data and cybersecurity.
Our team offers you a series of tips and tricks under fact sheets format in the areas of cyber surveillance, data protection (GDPR / ePrivacy), IT contract negotiation, E-commerce platforms and Tech investments.
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Please note, the fact sheets are only available in French.
Teleworking and cyber monitoring of employees
With the increase of teleworking, many employers are implementing cyber-monitoring measures for employees working from home. Data loss prevention software, recording of video-conferences, checking the history of websites visited: here are a few “tips and tricks” before getting started.
Cybersecurity: How to react in case of data breach?
Pandemic and home office can be synonymous of reduced vigilance or of a lack of organisation. The risks of data breaches increase accordingly. We remind you of some good reflexes to have.
GDPR – Top Three Priorities
The current pandemic may be an opportunity to strengthen privacy initiatives. Our ITC team reveals the top 3 priorities of our “GDPR Survey – Benefits Beyond Compliance”, published in partnership with BearingPoint, and how they fit into the current situation.
For more insight, read our full GDPR Survey: Benefits Beyond Compliance.
Compliance of your e-commerce platform: Decryption
Episode One: Main mandatory legal mentions of your e-commerce platform.
Episode Two: How to define the applicable law to your e-commerce platform?
Episode One: How do you negotiate… the change-of-service clause in a SaaS contract?
In SaaS (“software-as-service”) contracts, the change of service clause is often the subject of a long discussion…customers want a guarantee that the changes will not negatively impact the services they receive, while the provider wants to retain full discretion over its editorial policy.
Episode Two: How to negotiate… Security clauses in IT contracts?