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Vitelio Ruiz Bernal

Vitelio Ruiz Bernal

General Director of Investigation and Verification of the Private Sector, National Institute of Transparency, Access to Information and Protection of Personal Data (INAI), Mexico

Vitelio Ruiz Bernal currently works as Verification Director at the General Direction for Investigation and Verification of the Private Sector at the National Institute of Transparency, Access to Information and Protection of Personal Data.

Mr Ruiz Bernal is a Visiting Professor at the Diploma of Transparency and Access to Information given by the Center for Graduate Studies in Law; August 2017. Visiting Professor at Master in Law of Information and Communication Technologies of Infotec 2019, Co-author of the book Puebla la Otra Batalla, The Protection of Private Life in Natural Disaster Situations and Contingency, Mexico 2018 Co-author of the Article Obligation to notify the authority in the case of security breaches regarding personal data differences between the public and the private in published in the Research Journal of the Escuela Libre de Derecho.

Mr Ruiz Bernal has a Law Degree from the Universidad Panamericana campus Mexico City; Master in General Regulations for the Protection of Personal Data, Uned 2020. Diploma in Privacy, Regulation and Data Governance given by the Center for Economic Research and Teaching, 2018; Diploma in Information Technology Law, Institute of Legal Research of the U.N.A.M, 2012.

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