“What is the benefit of data protection certificates for Cloud services?” 30-minute webinar

A webinar on GDPR data protection certificates and labels

GDPR is committing businesses more strongly to adapt their technologies and adequately protect personal data. In some areas, organisations may however find it difficult to assess whether their IT products and services can be implemented in compliance with data protection. The same is true for Cloud services.

But how can customers know if a Cloud provider is indeed strictly adhering to all GDPR requirements?

Standards and certifications

On the basis of binding standards for Cloud services, secure and legally compliant Cloud solutions would be in a position to present evidence of adhering to the legal requirements on data protection. Certifications are also an important support for customers in choosing the right solution.

Our 30-minute webinar provides an overview of the developments in the area of data protection certifications so far and furthermore explains the new legal framework conditions for certificates and labels on the basis of GDPR.

Attorney-at-law Frederick Richter, LL.M., board member of the German Foundation for Data Protection (“Stiftung Datenschutz”), will moreover present the AUDITOR project and its first criteria catalogue. He will also highlight the benefits of using a GDPR-certified Cloud service.

In the second part of the webinar, Andreas Dangl, Business Unit Executive Cloud Services at Fabasoft, will talk about EU-GDPR compliance management systems.



Please note: The webinar will be held in German!

The speakers:

Attorney-at-law Frederick Richter, LL.M.


Attorney-at-law Frederick Richter, LL.M., is a board member of the German Foundation for Data Protection. The federal foundation is based in Leipzig and serves as a platform for discussions on effective and efficient data policy. It also aims at supporting the development of data protection certifications.
Amongst other positions, Richter is a member of IAPP and is on the advisory board of the ABiDa project (Assessing Big Data) at the University of Münster. He is also an independent member of the Data Privacy Advisory Panel of AXA Group in Paris and a standing contributor to the specialist journal “Privacy in Germany” (PinG).

Andreas Dangl

Business Unit Executive Cloud Services, Fabasoft

Andreas Dangl is Business Unit Executive Cloud Services at Fabasoft, a leading European vendor of software products for the consistent and efficient handling of electronic documents and business records.
His area of interest lies in increasing the quality and effectiveness of organisations, as well as enhancing their motivation using agile methodologies.

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Fabasoft is a member of the EU-SEC consortium

The European Security Certification Framework (EU-SEC) is a Horizon 2020 innovation project striving to address the security, privacy and transparency challenges associated with the greater externalisation of IT to Cloud services. EU-SEC will create a certification framework under which existing certification and assurance schemes can co-exist. Furthermore, it will feature a tailored architecture and provide a set of tools to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of current assurance schemes targeting security, governance, risks management and compliance in the Cloud. It will be tested and validated in pilots involving industrial partners.