Laws of disruptors is the podcast on disruption and the laws behind it, run by Giulio Coraggio, technology lawyer and partner at the global law firm DLA Piper.
How to run a data transfer impact assessment after the Schrems II case
A data transfer impact assessment methodology to assess compliance with the criteria outlined in the Schrems II decision is a pillar of the GDPR accountability program of any business.
In this podcast, Giulio Coraggio, partner at the law firm DLA Piper, outlines DLA Piper's methodology and legal tech tool to perform the data transfer impact assessments in line with the principles of the Schrems II case.
You can find the transcript of the episode at this LINK and read on the same topic, "Do you have a data transfer impact assessment methodology based on the Schrems II decision?".
GDPR 3rd birthday, here is a snapshot on Italy of the last 12 months of privacy
DLA Piper Global Data Protection Team celebrates the 3rd birthday of the GDPR with vlog series focussing on the key GDPR highlights and challenges across Europe. The vlogs feature members of the global data privacy team who, in a short 90-second snapshot, discuss key issues for their particular jurisdiction.
In this video, you can find the vlog dedicated to Italy by Giulio Coraggio, partner at DLA Piper. But at the link available (https://bit.ly/3pRyaHP), you can find the other vlogs from our DLA Piper Global Data Protection Team, including those relating to the UK, Belgium, Poland, and Spain.
Ann Cavoukian, the creator of privacy by design, on recent challenges of data protection compliance
Ann Cavoukian is known globally as one of the major influencers worldwide on privacy-related topics. Her main contribution to data protection compliance was the creation of the concept of privacy by design, which is now provided by the GDPR and the privacy laws adopted by the main countries internationally.
In this podcast, Ann Cavoukian discussed with Giulio Coraggio, partner at DLA Piper, about her career where she was Information & Privacy Commissioner of Ontario for three mandates, the data protection related values that she followed throughout her life that were inherited from her Armenian family, Google's decision to ban third-party cookies and of the implications Covid-19 passports.
Spiros Margaris, Global Influencer on Artificial Intelligence, Fintech and Blockchain
Spiros Margaris is a global influencer on artificial intelligence, Fintech, and blockchain. In this podcast, he shares with Giulio Coraggio of DLA Piper the main milestones of his career and the turning point that granted him so much visibility in the space of digital transformation.
The discussion shifts to debate on the driver of innovation, identifying artificial intelligence as the most promising technology which will become the electricity of the future.
Finally, we exchange views as to whether regulations are an enabler of innovation, or the market shall be left to competition, also referring to the revolution that is hitting the banking sector with the growth of Fintech and the exploitation of blockchain which goes beyond cryptocurrency.
Luca Cassina, Executive Vice President EMEA at Mirakl on the future of eCommerce
Luca Cassina defines his life as a "slalom", he started as a start-upper in the technology sector, but then he quickly acquired a leading position first in Italy and subsequently in Europe for PayPal and Amazon.
After leading roles in tech giants, he decided that a middle-sized fast-growing company was more suitable for him and has become Executive Vice President Customer Success EMEA at Mirakl, the industry’s first and most advanced enterprise marketplace SaaS platform with a crucial timing.
Indeed, the Covid-19 outbreak accelerated the transition towards eCommerce and investments in the area of any traditional business. The raise of demand is towards the creation in a virtual environment of the same conditions as a brick-and-mortar shop.
Luca discusses his predictions for the future of eCommerce from the privileged standpoint of one of the most advanced platform providers in the market.
Mike Sutcliff, former Group CEO at Accenture Digital, on challenges and opportunities of digital transformation
Mike Sutcliff was Group CEO at Accenture Digital for 32 years before recently retiring and getting dedicated to new and challenging projects of digital transformation.
In this podcast, Mike Sutcliff, tells Giulio Coraggio, Technology Partner at the global law firm DLA Piper, about his career, how he built Accenture Digital's business from scratch, and what the technological milestones of digital transformation were in his view across the last 20 years.
He then gives some advice to businesses on how to deal with technological innovation during the current financial downturn due to the Covid-19 pandemic and on which technologies he would bet for the coming years.
Finally, he gives some snippets on his current new career and the very interesting project in which he is involved, and about how digital healthcare in his view has massive potentials.