Our aim from this Panel Discussion is to be able to spread awareness and make people aware of what the Bill is about.
The current report of data theft from Indian Railways is severe.
This is not the first time that such a data breach has occurred, let alone with Indian Railways, as other governmental entities have also had breaches of this nature.
Data protection and privacy are currently not officially and completely covered by any laws or regulations in India.
Recognising the importance of having a law protecting personal data of Individuals, Rest The Case is organising a Panel Discussion on the new Digital Personal Data Protection Bill 2022 with industry experts to get a better understanding of this this bill.
The panel discussion will delve into the key elements of the Digital Personal Data Protection Bill 2022, such as ‘What are the privacy and data protection obligations on organisations’, ‘What are the implications for data sharing and cross-border transfers’,
‘What is the scope of the new data protection authority’, ‘How does the Bill aim to protect the rights of data subjects’, ‘What are the penalties for non-compliance’, ‘What are the opportunities for businesses under the Bill’ and etc.
“The topic that we would be discussing is one of the most important agendas currently in front of the government of India.
Our aim from this Panel Discussion is to be able to spread awareness and make people aware of what the Bill is about, what it means for individuals and how we can improve it”, says Shreya Sharma, Founder and CEO, Rest The Case.
The panel discussion will be open to the public and will provide a platform for the exchange of ideas between industry experts and the general public. The panel will consist of industry experts who will be giving their expert opinion on the Bill and Data Protection in India.
The panel will be moderated by Shreya Sharma, Founder and CEO, Rest The Case, who will ensure that all panellists are given equal opportunity to present their views and share their perspectives.
The panel will also discuss the current challenges posed by the Bill and the potential solutions that could be implemented. It will also discuss the future of digital privacy and data protection in India and the effects of the Bill on the industry. The panel will also analyse the pros and cons of the Bill, and suggest possible changes to be made.