Angela Busche is a partner of Oppenhoff. She began as an associate in the IT and data protection law practice group in 2008. In 2012 she transferred as senior legal counsel to the central legal department of Thyssen Krupp AG in Essen, where she initially handled the data protection aspects of the group-wide IT consolidation as well as cartel compliance measures. She subsequently assumed co-responsibility for a global project to optimise the group leadership, management and monitoring for three years.
Angela Busche focuses on data protection and IT law. She has been advising international and national enterprises for many years, inter alia in the health, industrial production, automobile, IT, business services and auditing sectors.
Her expertise extends across the entire range of data protection challenges that arise when handling employee, customer and patient data. She assists her clients in the establishment of intragroup data protection organisations, the legitimisation of international data transfers, reactions to requests for information (Sec. 15 GDPR), and the implementation of privacy by design and by default in IT purchases, etc. Mrs. Busche also advises in extensive digitisation projects in the context of Industry 4.0 and the Internet-of-Things (e.g. smart factory, smart products or data driven services).
Articles and Essays
Internationale Datentransfers im Fokus [Focus on international data transfers]
Deutscher AnwaltSpiegel, Issue 19, p. 3-5 dated 15 September 2021 (in collaboration with Dr. Marc Hilber)