Octillo Partner, Jordan Fischer’s, CLE course, “Cross-Border Data Transfers: Creating a Global Privacy and Security Strategy” is now live on Lawline for on-demand viewing. This CLE program focuses on what many global organizations may face, as the transfer of personal data across borders has become both a key function of business operations and a pain point for compliance with the patchwork of global privacy laws. With different jurisdictions imposing contrasting rules and procedures to protect its citizens’ personal data while in motion, building a privacy and security plan that includes compliant cross-border data transfer mechanisms can pose a significant challenge.
Garner a greater understanding of information security-by-design, and its implementation to address evolving global legal and regulatory obligations from a cybersecurity, data privacy and risk management perspective. During this presentation Ms. Fischer will:
- Provide a comprehensive overview of the current state of the General Data Protection Regulation, including an overview of the GDPR’s requirements, the Schrems II decision, and the GDPR’s impact on privacy regulatory outside of Europe.
- Discuss Cross Border Data Transfers, including European Union’s GDPR, UK GDPR, Canada’s PIPEDA, China’s PIPL, Brazil’s LGPD, and others.
- Offer a brief overview of some recent lawsuits impacting global organizations.
- Provide a high-level organizational framework for managing key areas related to developing a robust data security and privacy by design strategy that includes appropriate mechanisms for cross-border data transfers.