Experience in privacy and data protection and international law
Renata has more than fifteen years of professional experience focusing on privacy and data protection, litigation and contracts in labour matters, constitutional law and international political analysis. She is skilled in planning and designing strategies for implementing the data protection regulatory framework in a number of different sectors. She also has experience developing activities such as data mapping, data protection processes, privacy policies, privacy notices and other privacy provisions, security measures, and national and international data transfers. She has drafted documents for submission to the National Institute of Transparency, Access to Information and Personal Data Protection and has coordinated the activities of personal data committees. She has also coordinated strategic analyses of the international legislative agenda for data protection, monitoring the main international organisations and agencies.