Tobias Bräutigam, CIPP/E, CIPM, FIP
Tobias Bräutigam heads Bird & Bird's Privacy and Data Protection practice in Helsinki.
His practice covers the provision of detailed privacy advice including advising on the development of new products and services, review and negotiation of contracts, drafting of policies and review of campaigns. In addition, he advises on a range of Finnish and international data compliance projects, including the implementation of global data management strategies, international data transfers and local data protection compliance. As external advisor, he has run several multinational GDPR projects and given over 100 GDPR workshops, trainings and lectures in the last 2 years.
Before joining Bird & Bird in 2016, Tobias worked as a Senior Legal Counsel at Microsoft and Nokia with responsibility for privacy and data protection. Tobias' in house experience included advising on all matters of privacy compliance, including privacy impact assessments, guideline drafting, incident handling. As a training and awareness officer for privacy, Tobias has a broad experience in giving training sessions in different formats and to different audiences.
Originally qualified in Germany, Tobias defended his PhD in information law at University of Helsinki. A regular speaker on privacy at conferences and industry fora, Tobias is a Member of the European Advisory Board of the International Association of Privacy Professionals and used to co-chair of the Helsinki KnowledgeNet for the International Association of Privacy Professionals. He is an associate professor at Helsinki University and teaches information law.
He speaks German, English, Finnish and French.
Contributions by Tobias Bräutigam
How to budget for a GDPR project: A primer
The Privacy Advisor
Adviser? Auditor? Enforcer? Facilitator? The Evolving Role of the DPO
Speaker at IAPP Europe Data Protection Congress 2014
From Privacy Professional to Privacy for Professionals: Expanding Privacy Beyond
Speaker at IAPP Europe Data Protection Intensive 2014
- Speaker at IAPP Data Protection Congress 2012