With technology and data in her heart, Desislava has 16 years of unmatched experience exclusively practicing in the legal areas of information technologies, privacy, and data protection.
Desislava Krusteva comments on the regulations on personal data and fiscal devices in ordinance N-18 *The publication is in Bulgarian
Global Data Review – the leading information source within the data law landscape – has recently released its new survey Women in Data 2019.
This year’s edition of the conference will focus on the opportunities that digital marketing offers to the market in medicinal products.
The newly-acquired certificate is the second one that IAPP has conferred on Ms. Krusteva.
The seminar was organized especially for the members of the Bulgarian Association for People Management.
The dispute was heard before three successive instances.
Desislava Krusteva comments the proposition for introduction of new global digital tax
DPC ranked in Chambers Europe 2021 for TMT, Competition/Antitrust, Intellectual Property, Tax, Employment, Dispute Resolution, and Real Estate.
Desislava Krusteva summarizes what are the legal and practical challenges to E-commerce related to the requirements for recording and reporting sales and the management softwares.
Desislava Krusteva gives answers to some questions every business owner should ask with regard to the imminent coming into force of the GDPR. *This publication is in Bulgarian.
Desislava Krusteva comments on the new existing mechanism for data transfer in the United States - the so-called EUU. S. Privacy Shield, adopted by the European Commission on July 12, 2016. The new agreement aims to regulate the exchange of data between data controllers in the European Union and in the United States of America (USA). *This publication is in Bulgarian.
We advocate for the creation of a regulatory environment where new technologies can thrive
On 04 June 2021 the European Commission issued two sets of standard contractual clauses (SCC) under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): 1. SCC for the transfer of personal data to third countries (below “New Transfer SCC”); and 2. SCC between controllers and processors within EU (below “Controller-Processor SCC”).
Desisalva Krusteva on the main obligations of data processors under the GDPR
Desisalava Krusteva provides a brief overview of the mandatory data protection measures that need to be observed under GDPR. * This publication is in Bulgarian.