Henryk Hoser specialises in personal data protection law and broadly defined new technologies law. He represents clients in proceedings before the President of the Personal Data Protection Office (formerly Inspector General for the Protection of Personal Data).
Henryk acquired his professional experience at the Office of the Inspector General for Personal Data Protection, working in the Jurisdiction, Legislation and Complaints Department where he dealt with conducting administrative proceedings regarding complaints about irregularities in the processing of personal data. He has cooperated with law firms and consultancies specialising in personal data protection and acted as the Information Security Administrator for operators from a range of industries, including cooperative, medical, automotive and production.
He conducts personal data and implementation audits, as well as advises clients, in particular financial institutions, in the area of developing and updating documentation relating to the processing of personal data.
A speaker at numerous conferences and training courses, Henryk has authored and co-authored legal papers on personal data protection and secrets protected by law, including articles on changes introduced by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
A graduate of the faculty of law and administration from the Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw.
He advises in Polish and English.