You’ve Got to Move It: Data Protection and Privacy with Cross-Border Transfers

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Chris Wall, John Rosenthal, Debbie Reynolds, and David Wallack

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As borders blur and businesses expand, many companies face accelerating challenges in data protection, privacy, and cross-border transfers. Dealing with each of these areas on its own can be daunting, and addressing each of these areas together can be downright discouraging. However, with a solid understanding of requirements, roles, and responsibilities, information governance and legal discovery professionals can successfully navigate the difficulties of cross-border transfers and translate compliance challenges into business opportunities. In this informational presentation, experts in areas ranging from data protection and privacy to data transfer and legal discovery will discuss and explain the best approaches, protocols, and practices for successfully guiding an organization’s data in a world of shields and Schrems. Presentation Highlights + Contours of the Privacy Landscape: A Brief History of Privacy + From Hypotheticals to Reality: Considering Data Protection + Roles, Responsibilities, and Risk: Data Protection and Privacy Requirements and Compliance + Documentation Matters: Transfer Mechanisms, Policies, Addenda, and Assessments + Through the Lens of Discovery: Considerations for Legal Discovery Practitioners + Tying it All Together: From Shield to Schrems to Cross-Border Transfer Confidence Expert Panelists Christopher Wall Data Protection Officer and Special Counsel, Global Privacy and Forensics HaystackID John J. Rosenthal Chair, eDiscovery and Information Governance Practice Winston & Strawn LLP Debbie Reynolds Founder, CEO, and Chief Data Privacy Officer Debbie Reynolds Consulting, LLC David Wallack Lead Privacy and Security Counsel Motive
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