The proliferation of data protection regulations around the region, including most recently in Brazil, demonstrate that Latin America is keen to take a firm stance when it comes to regulating data usage – but enforcement to date has been more patchy. How should companies approach a realistic risk-based approach to compliance within that reality? Moreover, while there are significant opportunities for data-savvy businesses in the digital economy in Latin America – where internet usage is large and where the cultural approach to personal data is quite open – however, navigating the regulatory and enforcement landscape to make sure you can maximise those opportunities is a challenge.
Latin Lawyer, LACCA and Global Data Review are launching a major new event for Latin America examining the emerging framework of data laws, encompassing data protection, cybersecurity, and more, to help companies and their counsel maximise value from their data assets while complying with the law.
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