Foreign Investors and business executives must understand PDPA

when conducting business in Thailand; to mitigate legal risks and eliminate potential legal pitfalls.

Personal Data Protection Act B.E. 2562 (2019) is now enforced with the objective of ensuring both private and public sectors in Thailand comply with data protection measures when collecting, storing, using, disclosing, and/or transferring personal data prior consent from data subjects. If data subjects do not consent and their rights are violated by the other party, it is considered a legal offense and is subject to penalties.

What is Personal Data? Personal Data means any information relating to a Person, which enables the identification of such Person, whether directly or indirectly such as name, id number, address, email, medical information, or financial information.

Is your business properly handling and complying the personal data of partners, customers, and/or employees in accordance with the Personal Data Protection Act B.E. 2562 (2019)?

‘E-Learning : Fundamental of Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA)

course by

Aj.Sukris Koyakradej

(Chief PDPA Consultant and Auditor)

Created to provide information and benefits to your business, to be able to comply with legal requirements.”

about speaker

Aj.Sukris Koyakradej

(Chief PDPA Consultant and Auditor)

Watch the video for free! Gain benefits, reduce risks, and apply it practically all in one place.

For further inquiries, PDPA Thailand is pleased to assist you.

Contact directly at +66(0)61-026-2946 (K.Namfah)

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