About The Webinar

The Protection of Personal Information Act No. 4 of 2013 (“POPIA”) has been put into operation incrementally since 2013, with a number of sections of the Act having been implemented in April 2014.

On 1 July 2020, the remainder of POPIA came into effect. Organisations are now forced to be accountable for protecting the privacy of personal information in the workplace and to ensure that it is used in a responsible and ethical manner.

In this regard, POPIA is industry agnostic and affects all organisations, both large and small. Despite the 12-month grace period afforded to organisations, it is critical that you commence the compliance process as soon as possible to avoid the rush and ensure that you do not miss the deadline. Non-compliance after this grace period could result in corporate/brand reputational damage, hefty fines and even prison time.
Join this webcast where experts in the field will address the implications of POPIA in the workplace, provide you with practical steps and measures to help kick-start your compliance journey and ultimately prevent potential fines or imprisonment.

Your questions are welcome during the live webinar.

  • About Fluxmans

    About Fluxmans
    Fluxmans Attorneys is one of South Africa’s leading law firms, and offers an extensive range of legal services to a diverse client base, including individuals and large corporates across all sectors. Their passion, knowledge and understanding within their service offering, as well as their ability to simplify complexities, ensures our clients receive the best personal service, support, and solutions to their varied legal matters. http://www.fluxmans.com/

  • Ira Epstein

    Ira is the Managing Director and Joint CEO of Fluxmans Attorneys. A highly respected corporate and commercial lawyer with international and local clients across all sectors, Ira is known for his leadership skills and significant legal experience. His areas of expertise include commercial and corporate law, and mergers and acquisitions. Ira has been lauded in various reputable rankings including Chambers and Partners and Best Lawyers, who celebrate globally revered lawyers and law firms.

  • Lisa-Anne King

    Lisa-Anne is widely regarded as one of South Africa’s leading employment and human resources lawyers. Her extensive expertise lies in dispute resolution and settlement, and all aspects of labour law litigation. She has a diverse legal practice in that she also has substantial commercial law experience enabling her to work closely with the boards of corporate clients to provide advice and strategic guidance in order to implement effective workplace management processes whilst maintaining productivity and decreasing labour risks. In addition to her active practice, Lisa-Anne also heads up and manages the Human Resources Department of the firm.
  • Ryszard Lisinski

    Ryszard specialises in commercial litigation with a particular focus on business rescue, insolvency and restructuring. His expertise extends to all forms of contractual disputes, debt recovery, ICT law, and insurance law. He has acted for a broad range of clients including multinational corporations, listed insurance companies, business rescue practitioners, and creditors. He also has a keen interest in artificial intelligence and privacy law, and regularly provides training sessions for clients and their internal teams in relation to the Protection of Personal Information Act of 2013 and the General Data Protection Regulation of 2016.
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