I agree with the idea that “change management” should be called “happiness management”.
Cristina Bonal Fernández
She started her professional career in Burgos, where she became a registered lawyer in 1992, and, after getting training on new technologies, she moved to Madrid and pursued a career in the litigation field as a trial attorney and in consultancy relating to New Technology Law, e-commerce and data protection for companies and professionals from different business sectors (marketing, contact centres, Insurance, Medical/Health Care, Real Estate, Associations, Communication, Sales and Online Services).
The Distinguished Professional Lawyers Association of Burgos (ICABurgos).
The Spanish Association of Privacy Professionals (APEP).
Law Degree from the University of Valladolid (UVa), Master’s Degree in New Technology Law and the Information Society (CEE Garrigues), Information Security Risk Analyst (ISMS Forum Spain).
She provides legal advice on contracting software products, software agreements, customised developments, licenses; Audit and Consultancy on the Spanish Act on Personal Data Protection (LOPD); adaptation of web projects in order to comply with the Spanish Act on Information Society Services and E-commerce (LSSI-CE), laws on consumers and users, data protection, distance selling, general contracting conditions; defence and protection against the illegal use of images, and intellectual property and branding rights.
“As a Lawyer, it is a challenge for me to try to combine, under the umbrella of Law, evolution, innovation and new technologies with security, respect and quality”.