The topic of international data transfers has been a contentious subject since the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) rules on the Schrems II case, invalidating the EU-US privacy shield and changing the way organizations manage persona data transfers overnight.
Beyond the question of legality between transferring data between the US and the EU, data transfers are brought to the forefront in other regulatory updates including the UK Data Protection Bill, China’s PIPL, Canada’s PIPEDA, UAE’s PDPA.
Join this session as we explore:
- How to effectively manage data transfers and mitigate risk of non-compliance with respect to global data transfer requirements.
- How organizations need to document and assess the risk of data transfers, and provide consumers with notice and choice to share data with third parties.
- A look at recent enforcement activity in the EU on data transfers.