is a senior associate within the Paris office, and focuses her practice on privacy and cybersecurity. She advises clients on all privacy-related matters (eg, GDPR compliance, CNIL dawn raids, Data Protection Officer training, Data Processing Agreement negotiations, etc) and understands their needs in various sectors and industries. She writes on a regular basis for professional specialised journals, and has recently published: "CNIL's New Guidelines on Whistleblowing Schemes: 5 Key Points to Keep in Mind", in International Compliance Review (with Patrice Navarro). Julie is a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).
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