Martin Röleke

Martin Röleke


Martin specialises in national and European data protection law. He has a law degree from Würzburg and an LL.M. in European law from Speyer (Germany).  Martin wrote his Master’s thesis on consent under the General Data Protection Regulation. Since 2018, he has been advising clients across industries on data protection and information security.

He is a Certified Information Privacy Professional/Europe (CIPP/E), a Certified Data Protection Officer (IHK), a Certified Project Manager (GPM) and an ISO IEC 27001 Auditor (TÜV). Martin Röleke is also a lecturer at the German Chamber of Commerce (IHK) where he provides training for data protection officers.

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Articles of the expert

CJEU rules on damages under Art. 82 GDPR

Non-material damages, damages, and the materiality threshold – the CJEU issues a long-awaited ruling. But the legal certainty now provided could lead to large waves of lawsuits.

Privacy by Design and Privacy by Default

How to (re)gain the trust of users with privacy-compliant IT and avoid high fines. The ultimate guide to Privacy by Design and Privacy by Default.

ISO 31700 – the new standard for Privacy by Design

What are the most important requirements of the new ISO 31700-1 and 31700-2 standard? What is the significance of the new standard for companies? How will the standard affect the market?

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