HighlightsPast eventsPrivacy espresso seriesResourcesJanuary 31, 2024Insights into Brazil’s privacy and security evolution

In our latest privacyespresso episode, Luiza Sato partner at TozziniFreire Advogados, PrivacyRules Brazilian law firm member, shares insights on the evolving landscape of Data Protection in Brazil.

Luiza shared her expertise on the significant strides Brazil made in 2023, highlighting the maturation of the Brazilian market, especially in terms of Data Protection. The creation of dedicated teams within companies and the Public Administration’s advancements were just the tip of the iceberg. Notably, the Brazilian Data Protection Authority (ANPD) made groundbreaking moves by issuing a resolution on penalties dosimetry, marking the initiation of penalties against non-compliant entities.

The conversation delved into the crucial guidelines issued by ANPD regarding minors’ personal data processing and the proactive public consultations that laid the groundwork for future resolutions.

Looking ahead to 2024, Luiza painted an interesting picture of the ANPD’s initiatives, including a new petition system, a guide on smart cities, and impending resolutions on critical issues like cross-border data transfers and data breach notifications.

As for Data Protection teams, Luiza emphasized the importance of maintaining robust governance programs, staying up to date on global legal developments, and fortifying defenses against data breaches.

To catch the full episode and gain deeper understanding of the dynamic field of Data Protection in Brazil, tune into our podcast.