Monika Bogdał

Attorney at law, head of the New Technologies Team, ISO 27001 lead auditor. Member of the Regional Bar Association in Poznań. Graduate of Poznań universities – the Faculty of Law and Administration at the Adam Mickiewicz University and the Faculty of Economics at the Poznań University of Economics and Business. She completed a course in management of modern technologies at the Jyvaskyla University of Applied Sciences in Finland and a PhD programme at the Poznań University of Economics and Business.

Monika Bogdał advises on matters related to information security, including on the Act on the National Cybersecurity System, GDPR and telecommunications law. She specialises in risk analysis (including BIA) and actions relating to the development, implementation and maintenance of IT and OT systems. She advises critical infrastructure operators. She carries out audits at entities from the energy, transport, health care, water supply and sewage as well as digital infrastructure sectors. Moreover, she develops crisis management procedures.

She manages projects relating to production processes and their automation as well as environmental protection (waste management, BDO, classification of waste production residues, emission of substances into the environment). She provides support in the marketing of construction, electric, electronic and cosmetic products (REACH, CLP, CPR, provisions of the EMC and LVD Directives). She conducts proceedings before market surveillance authorities and administrative courts.

She has extensive experience in providing services to energy companies, including in the area of generation and distribution, RES, energy-intensive industries, DSR and blockchain technology solutions.

Monika Bogdał Attorney-at-law monika.bogdal@piszcz.pl Tel: +48 61 859 44 44 Laguages: english
  • carrying out GDPR audits, security audits and audits of compliance with the requirements of the Act on the National Cybersecurity System (at key service providers and public entities, including also those managing critical infrastructure);
  • drafting, reviewing documentation and supporting in the implementation of information security and business continuity management systems, drawing up documentation including policies, procedures and instructions based on ISO 27001, ISO 22301, NIST as well as guidelines of the EDPB, ENISA and sector organisations related to telecommunications;
  • providing training on the GDPR and cybersecurity for infrastructural and industrial sectors;
  • advising telecommunications business operators, including on security requirements, provisions of contracts and rules for the provision of telecommunications services;
  • supporting Clients in determining requirements regarding the proper product labelling and the preparing of supporting documentation required for their legal sale – also for products manufactured outside the EU and for DIY networks to be sold under private label;
  • assisting in obtaining permits and licences related to waste management and conducting proceedings for reclassification of waste to by-products,
  • drafting and reviewing agreements on the disposal and management of waste from industrial plants, dealing with legal aspects of waste management at subcontractors and international waste transport;
  • representing and advising Clients during control proceedings conducted by Provincial Construction Supervision Inspectors, provincial inspectors of the Trade Inspectorate and environmental protection authorities;
  • experience in drafting and reviewing sales and distribution agreements, comprehensive agreements for the supply of electricity, heat and gaseous fuel, including cross-border purchase of gaseous fuel under contracts based on the EFET format;
  • participating in the drafting of documentation related to tariff proceedings and the obtaining of energy licences, participating in the drafting of Distribution Network Codes of the DSO (electricity and gas).