Wednesday 28th April – 1600 BST
Since the Court of Justice of the European Union’s ruling on “Schrems II” in July 2020, there’s been much debate about how to manage EU data transfers to third countries, particularly transfers to countries without an EU adequacy agreement, which often rely on Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs).
In November 2020, draft recommendations were released by the European Data Protection Board, as well as new draft SCCs by the European Commission. In February 2021 the EC published draft data adequacy decisions for the UK, which are subject to an approval process.
What does this all mean for businesses that rely on international data transfers?
Tune in on 28th April at 4pm as we discuss ‘What next for international data transfers?’
- What would an EU adequacy decision for UK mean for international data transfers?
- What are the new SCCs and how do they differ from the old SCCs?
- Are the recommendations from EDPB consistent with the new SCCs?
- What preparations should you make to be ready to adopt the new SCCs?
- What are the lessons learnt and key takeaways?
Host Robert Bond, Chair of DPN Advisory Board and Legal Counsel at Bristows LPP will be joined by;
- Julia Porter, Partner at Data Protection Network Associates
- Joseph Byrne, Privacy Solutions Engineer at OneTrust
- Yasmeen Rahman, Group DPO at Informa Group
You will have the opportunity to ask your questions throughout the webinar. If you can’t join live, sign up anyway and we’ll send you a recording.