Navigating Opportunities and Challenges: Cross-border Data, the Cookiepocalypse and Standard Contractual Clauses

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    A Virtual CLE Seminar

    A recording of the program and presentations materials are available online.


    European and UK data protection laws present significant challenges to organizations whose business model depends on the international flow of personal data. Along with multimillion-dollar fines, supervisory authorities have the power to impose a mandatory “stop order,” requiring non-compliant data flows to cease.

    Join us to learn how your organization can most effectively:

    • Understand and respond to the post-Brexit separation of EU GDPR and UK GDPR
    • Ensure that you are not affected by the increasing use of “stop orders” to prevent unlawful transfers of personal data
    • Employ cookies and other digital technologies
    • Select the appropriate legal, technical and organizational measures to protect your business-critical transfers of personal data and implement best practices for conducting personal data adequacy assessments
    • Design and implement a data-driven compliance strategy

    Our program panelists, comprising members of our Data Privacy, Cybersecurity & Digital Assets Practice based in London, Brussels, Madrid and Berlin, will also explain the new Standard Contractual Clauses and provide a breakdown of the IAB, Google Analytics and Cookiebot decisions.

    You will hear from:

    Consult With Us. Subject to availability, contact Alan Friel to arrange private, in-person consultations with a member of our UK/EEA Data Privacy, Cybersecurity & Digital Assets Practice.

    CLE is pending in the following states: Arizona, California, New Jersey, New York, Ohio and Texas. If you need another jurisdiction, please contact Robin Hallagan

    If you have any additional questions regarding this series, please contact Geri Clark.

    Times:

    12:30 – 1:30 p.m. ET
    9:30 – 10:30 a.m. PT