Mondaq All Regions - United Arab Emirates: Privacy
Dentons
On 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is due to come into effect across European Union (EU) member states.
BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP
Traditionally, health tourism was something states sought to discourage. In 2017, this changed and countries like the United Arab Emirates (‘UAE') are implementing plans to become one of the top ten destinations for heath tourism.
KPMG
Governments have the opportunity to make a more transparent and persuasive case for data sharing to deliver more personalized services to citizens.
Kennedys
In February 2017, we authored an article "Cyber security and data protection breaches: a brief comparative review" which examined some of the basic laws that have been implemented in various countries in the Middle East to counter cyberattacks and this is available on Kennedys website.
Kennedys
A United States intelligence report has recently confirmed that cyber hacking took place during the 2016 US presidential elections, in an attempt to influence the outcome.
Hassan Elhais
DUBAI // The operator of a gymnasium chain has installed security cameras in changing areas, sparking anger from members and warnings that it could be breaking the law.
Hadef & Partners
The Dubai Data Law, which has been in force since 27 December 2015 aims to improve efficiency between, and facilitate the integration of, services provided by federal and local governmental entities.
DLA Piper Australia
If collection and processing of personal data pertains to private or family life, the individual's consent is required.
DLA Piper Australia
A data protection officer is not compulsory, but a Data Controller must implement Personal Data protection measures.
Clyde & Co
This article provides an overview of data privacy in the UAE, explores the risks that companies face in relation to data loss by reference to case studies from the region and provides practical suggestions as to how businesses might seek to mitigate their exposure to risks of cyber crime.
Clyde & Co
This is the fourth bulletin published by Clyde & Co's Commercial Group relating to data protection and privacy in the Middle East.
Clyde & Co
This is the second bulletin published by Clyde & Co's Commercial Group relating to data protection and privacy in the Middle East.
Eptalex SAL
"There's been a breach!" is a quote from countless movies and television shows over the past few decades, but what happens with it's a breach into a company that has sensitive information about its customers.
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BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP
Traditionally, health tourism was something states sought to discourage. In 2017, this changed and countries like the United Arab Emirates (‘UAE') are implementing plans to become one of the top ten destinations for heath tourism.
Kennedys
A United States intelligence report has recently confirmed that cyber hacking took place during the 2016 US presidential elections, in an attempt to influence the outcome.
Kennedys
In February 2017, we authored an article "Cyber security and data protection breaches: a brief comparative review" which examined some of the basic laws that have been implemented in various countries in the Middle East to counter cyberattacks and this is available on Kennedys website.
KPMG
Governments have the opportunity to make a more transparent and persuasive case for data sharing to deliver more personalized services to citizens.
Hassan Elhais
DUBAI // The operator of a gymnasium chain has installed security cameras in changing areas, sparking anger from members and warnings that it could be breaking the law.
Hadef & Partners
The Dubai Data Law, which has been in force since 27 December 2015 aims to improve efficiency between, and facilitate the integration of, services provided by federal and local governmental entities.
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