Data protection law

Data protection law and thus the constitutional right to informational self-determination has garnered increased public attention over the past few years. The thesis put forward by the German Federal Constitutional Court in the “Census Verdict” (Volkszählungsurteil) – that there was no such thing as “insignificant” data under the conditions of automatic data processing – applies now more than ever.

Correspondingly, the (legally established) requirements for company data protection officers in applying data protection law must continuously be updated and specified by the supervisory authorities, courts and interest groups.

In the following, you can learn more about the most important aspects involved in the company data protection officer’s job:

International data protection
Cloud computing and data protection
CRM data protection
Social media and data protection
Employee and applicant data protection
Online data protection
Insurance data protection
Health data protection

We provide you with support in all of these key data protection Areas.