Under Law 2472 /1997 (which is the general law regarding the protection of personal data in Greece), in the event of a data breach, there is no legal obligation or requirement to notify either the affected individuals or the DPA.
This Guide is designed to summarise the main legal and tax issues arising on the operation of employee share plans in a number of key jurisdictions across the globe. It has been prepared with the assistance of Clifford Chance colleagues in Amsterdam, Beijing, Brussels, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Madrid, Milan, Moscow, New York, Paris, Prague, Shanghai and Warsaw.
Greece has no specific whistleblower protection laws in place. However, since whistleblowing programs rely in the vast majority of cases on the processing of personal data, the rules and principles of the Act Regarding Protection of Individuals with Regard to the Processing of Personal Data applies to whistleblowing programs.