On-Demand Webinar

Saudi Arabia's Personal Data Protection Law: Compliance & Regulations

Today’s rapidly evolving technologies have made it easier for enterprises to collect, use and transfer data worldwide. As a result, the regulation of data has expanded, imposing complicated and often conflicting privacy and data protection standards. At the same time, business and legal risks associated with non-compliance have increased.

The introduction of the personal data protection laws is a major development in Saudi Arabia’s legislative landscape that will affect almost all entities operating in the financial, telecommunications, and IT/cloud services market or who offer their services to Saudi customers.

Join us for a Live Webinar where our Data Privacy and Governance expert will talk about Saudi Arabia’s Personal Data Protection Law (PDPL).

NOTE: Royal Cyber will be attending the Future Banks Summit 2021 in KSA and discuss how we are contributing in shaping the data-based ecosystem through top, personalized IT services.

Penalties for breach of the law include imprisonment for up to two years and/or fines of up to SAR 5 million (approx. €1.1 million).

What can you learn?
  • Main Features of Saudi’s Personal Data Protection Law (PDPL).
  • Getting started with the obligations
  • Best practices and recommendations to help build an effective data governance program
  • Lessons learned from GDPR & CCPA remediation projects
Prateek Nilkund

Prateek Nilkund

Practice Head – Data Governance & Data Privacy at Royal Cyber

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