Who’s Who Legal, the leading global organization for the independent ranking of law firms, recommended Tijana Zunic Maric as Global Leader in the field of Data Protection in its global guide “Data: 2020”. Tijana Zunic Maric is the first and the only attorney in Serbia to receive such an acknowledgment.
GDPR impacts every company that processes personal data of European residents. Non-compliance can result in severe fines – up to 4% of global annual revenue or 20 million EUR. Zunic Law attorneys have globally renowned IAPP certifications for conducting GDPR compliance projects.
GDPR TRAINING FOR STAFF
A company that is GDPR compliant regularly trains its staff. Zunic Law attorneys have extensive experience in conducting data protection and GDPR awareness training for clients from multiple sectors – from information technology, finance, fitness to education, and e-commerce.
PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION ACT COMPLIANCE
Starting from August 2019, the Serbian Data Protection Act has revolutionized standards for processing personal data of Serbian residents and introduced considerable fines for non-compliance. We make sure all aspects of your business are aligned with the new law – from the processing of the HR data to digital marketing.
DATA PROTECTION OFFICER AS A SERVICE
Just like under the GDPR, Data Protection Act in Serbia obliges you to appoint a Data Protection Officer (DPO) if you:
are a public authority (except for courts acting in their judicial capacity)
carry out large scale systematic monitoring of individuals
carry out large scale processing of special categories of data or data relating to criminal convictions and offenses.
Personal Data Protection Act in Serbia sets the same requirement as Article 27 of the GDPR. If you process personal data of the citizens in Serbia, and you do not have a registered seat in Serbia, you need to appoint a country representative.
The representative is the point of contact for all questions concerning the data protection and the contact for data protection supervisory authorities. Failure to appoint the representative may lead to severe penalties under the Serbian law.