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Data Privacy Summit held

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In compliance with Republic Act No. 10173, also known as Data Privacy Act of 2012, The National Electrification Administration (NEA), for NEA and the Electric Cooperatives (ECs) in coordination with the National Privacy Commission (NPC), held the Data Privacy Summit on February 6, 2018 at the H.E.S Auditorium, 2nd Floor, NEA Building, Government Center, Diliman, Quezon City.
The one-day seminar-workshop was attended by 154 participants consisting of General Managers and Data Protection Officers from 94 Electric Cooperatives nationwide. It is aimed at educating the participants regarding the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) of the Data Privacy Act (DPA) of 2012 and to give wider perspective about their roles in the compliance framework while being able to protect their stakeholders’ and clients’ data and information.
NEA Administrator Edgardo Masongsong, in his welcome remarks, emphasized the obligation and responsibility of the Agency and the ECs in protecting and safeguarding its stakeholders’ data and information from unauthorized parties.
“As primary players in the implementation of the Data Privacy Act – due mainly of the posts we hold in our offices, we are held accountable for what we do with customer data and to protect that data as well from third parties. This entails the use of data only for legitimate purposes, retained only within the reasonable need, and discarded where appropriate. It is, thus, my hope that participating in today’s Data Privacy Act Summit, we will all be guided with the greater understanding of the law we are mandated to comply,” the NEA chief said.
NPC’s Chairman and Privacy Commissioner, Mr. Raymund Enriquez Liboro, presented the Overview of the Data Privacy Act of 2012, while Dr. Rolando R. Lansigan, NPC’s Chief for Compliance and Monitoring Division discussed the Role of the Data Private Officer (DPO) and Compliance Framework as well as the Privacy Impact Assessment. Likewise, Atty. Francis R. Acero, NPC’s Chief for Complaints and Investigation Division discussed the Data Breach Management.
After the presentations, the participants were given the opportunity to ask questions through an open forum with the resource speakers.
The gathering was ended with a closing remarks from Atty. Rossan Rosero-Lee, NEA Deputy Administrator for Legal Services.###