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    Preparing for EU GDPR Enforcement

    Preparing for EU GDPR Enforcement

    The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was approved in April 2016 as part of the effort to bring consistency and clarity to laws surrounding personal data. This regulation concerns both the proactive security measures that must be taken to safeguard this data as well as the appropriate handling of data as it is exported from the EU to other jurisdictions. Businesses that regularly handle electronically stored information (ESI) should take the time to familiarize themselves with the regulation and understand the impact it will have on their processes before enforcement begins.

    Preparing for EU GDPR Enforcement

    What to Expect When Conducting eDiscovery in Asia-Pacific Region

    Our Insights Thought Leadership and Industry Trends By Daniel Diette, Esq., eDiscovery Consultant & Data Scientist, CDS. The growth of communications technology continues to enable the proliferation of international trade and expansion of multi-national...
    Preparing for EU GDPR Enforcement

    EU-U.S. self-certification process for Privacy Shield process opens

    Our Insights Thought Leadership and Industry Trends By Dino E. Medina, Esq., General Counsel, CDS. The much-awaited Department of Commerce (DOC) self-certification process for Privacy Shield, the replacement to the Safe Harbor Framework, opened on August 1st. The...
    Preparing for EU GDPR Enforcement

    CDS’ Jeff Salling on Cross-Border eDiscovery at CALSM-posium 2016

    Our Insights Thought Leadership and Industry Trends Jeff Salling, eDiscovery Counsel at CDS, moderated a panel on cross-border data issues at the 2016 CALSM-posium in Chicago. The event, organized by the Chicago Association of Litigation Support Managers, discussed...