DESISLAVA KRUSTEVA EXPLORES DATA LOCALIZATION LAWS IN BULGARIA IN A THOMSON REUTERS DATA PRIVACY ADVISOR Q&A
26 February 2020
Desislava Krusteva, a partner at Dimitrov, Petrov & Co. and head of the law firm’s IT and Data Protection Practice Group, has shed light on data localization laws in Bulgaria in a Q&A for Thomson Reuters Data Privacy Advisor.
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In the piece, published in January 2020, Desislava summarizes the data localization requirements in Bulgaria, including laws, coverage, application scope, enforcement, risks, and sanctions.
The Q&A is also to be featured through the leading online legal know-how service Practical Law as part of the new Practical Law Global service.
Desislava Krusteva is an internationally recognised expert in the field of IT and Data Protection, IAPP Certified Information Privacy Professional for Europe (CIPP/E) and Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM), Chair of the Bulgarian KnowledgeNet Chapter at the International Association of Privacy Professionals.« Previous Next »