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Data Privacy and Cybersecurity: Developments We're Watching For in 2019

USA, United Kingdom, European Union - January 31 2019 The year 2018 was significant for developments related to privacy and cybersecurity law and policy. Many of these developments - concerns about facial...

Jennifer McGrandle, Olaf Fasshauer, Gregory P. Luib, Alec Burnside, Joshua H. Rawson, Marjolein De Backer, Ben Barnett, Paul Kavanagh, Vernon L. Francis, Jeremy B. Zucker, Sophie Montagne.

“No Deal” Brexit: No Data Protection Adequacy Decision For The UK in Commission’s Contingency Plan

United Kingdom - November 20 2018 Further to our previous OnPoint "No Deal" Brexit and its Implications for Data Protection, the European Commission has given an update on its "no...

Dylan Balbirnie, Paul Kavanagh.

GDPR Compliance: 10 Steps for Global Companies

Global - March 13 2018 An immense volume of personal data (or personally identifiable information) is proliferating and flowing throughout the world. Personal data is an...

Jennifer McGrandle, Hilary Bonaccorsi, Olaf Fasshauer, Kevin F. Cahill, Paul Kavanagh, Timothy C. Blank, Mark Browne.

EU issues warning on data transfers to the UK post-Brexit

United Kingdom, European Union - January 13 2018 The European Commission has issued a notice explaining some of the legal ramifications of Brexit on transfers of personal data from the EU to the UK...

Dylan Balbirnie, Paul Kavanagh.

GDPR and personal data breaches: what, when, who, and how?

United Kingdom, European Union - November 1 2017 The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) introduces a mandatory requirement on a data controller to report certain personal data breaches to its...

Jennifer McGrandle, Paul Kavanagh.