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RSDP Webinar : “Disruptive Technologies, Personal Data Protection, and the Digital Organization of Enterprise”

Disruptive technologies unleash a wave of innovation, displace established technologies, and introduce ground-breaking products that either create a completely new industry or deeply transform an existing one.  The industry 4.0 reality establishes a hyper-connectivity and interoperability model of operation that goes beyond the factory walls and where production means interact not only with the factory environment itself, but along the value chain to which customers, suppliers, logistics belong to. Digital transformation shakes up the traditional organization, decision-making process, and human capital management within the spectrum of an enterprise. New rights, new duties, new skills are re-establishing the relationship between employers and employees.

The personal data process lies at the heart of the above digital transformation of economy and employment relationships. The EU personal data protection law is worldwide, so far, the only solid, comprehensive law that provides for a balance between technological innovation and protection of fundamental rights, and addresses equally both the prerogatives of the Rule of Law on one hand, and of profound technological disruption on the other.


Dr. Dimitrios I. Koukiadis
Assistant Professor
School of Law
Department of Law

Dr. Dimitrios Koukiadis is an Assistant Professor of Law at the School of Law at the University of Nicosia. He is Attorney at Law, Member of the Bar Associations of Thessaloniki and Frankfurt/Main. He is Accredited & Chartered Mediator & Arbitrator in Greece, Germany, and United States of America. He is an Adjunct Professor of European and Comparative Law at Law Faculty of Goethe University Frankfurt/Main, and of Internet Law, Personal Data Protection, Internet Addiction at the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens, School of Education.
His fields of work and specialization include Internet Law, Law of new Technologies, European Comparative Law, and Personal Data Protection Law


  • Harvard University, Law School/Johh F. Kennedy School of Government – Diploma in Leadership, Organisation, Leading Change, Negotiations, 2016
  • Stanford University – Postgraduate Diploma at Organisational Analysis, Game Theory, Economics, 2014
  • Goethe University Frankfurt am Main – Doctor of Laws (LL.D.) at Internet Law/European Comparative Law, 2014
  • Heidelberg University, Law Faculty – Georgetown University Law Centre – Specialisation on European Community Law and European Corporate Law, 2000
  • Northwestern University, Law School/J.L. Kellogg School of Business – Master of Laws (LL.M.) 2000
  • Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, Bachelor in Laws (LL.B.), 1999

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