On July 16, 2020, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) issued its long-awaited judgment in the Schrems II case (case C-311/18). The Schrems II judgment impacts transatlantic personal data transfers under the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in two key ways:
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This excerpt of an interview with Jonathan Armstrong, partner at Cordery, looks at the global impact of the pandemic on data privacy. In this discussion, we explore how countries are approaching privacy law, larger trends in enforcement, and what the future holds.
This excerpt of an interview with Jonathan Armstrong, partner at Cordery, looks at the impact on GDPR enforcement across European jurisdictions, particularly in light of a global pandemic. How are regulators responding, and how can companies protect their interests?
Chris O’Connor, Director of eDiscovery at CDS, interviewed Jonathan Armstrong, a partner at Cordery and advisor to multinational companies across Europe on technology, risk and governance. If there is one thing their recent discussion made clear, it’s this: Now is the time to revisit and refresh your GDPR Risk Assessments.
Data breaches reported in the media seem to be almost a daily occurrence leaving companies with both immediate and long-term damage that must be addressed.
Implementation of GDPR, as with SOX, will lead your company to being more credible, more secure and more accountable, and your company will come out stronger.
As the deadline to comply with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) approaches, many companies in the US still don’t fully understand how the regulation will affect them.
As previously discussed, courts are dealing with increasing demands for data that resides abroad. The Microsoft warrant case awaiting Supreme Court action was anticipated to yield important guidance on issues of international cross-border electronic evidence transfers.