GLOBAL CYBER SECURITY AND DATA PRIVACY CONCERNS WITH A FOCUS ON GDPR, EU – U.S. CROSSBORDER TRANSFERS AND PRIVACY SHIELD: MANAGING AN INTERNATIONAL PRIVACY PROGRAM AND PREPARING, COLLECTING, USING AND TRANSFERRING DATA ACROSS BORDERS

January 30, 2017 11:15am

Carly L. Huth
Global Privacy Law and Data Protection Counsel
The Coca-Cola Company

Matthew Haies
Senior VP, General Counsel
Xaxis

Corey M. Dennis
Associate Counsel & Privacy Officer
PPD

Françoise Gilbert
Shareholder
Greenberg Traurig, LLP

  • Companies that transmit personal data from an EU member nation to the United States now have to comply with EU law on the security of that data.
    • Starting in early 2018, the financial penalties and otherwise can be expected.
  • “The Right to Be Forgotten”
  • Privacy issues involved in conducting international investigation concerning discovery
  • International v. National v. Localized policies and breach response plans
  • Fitting corporate rules in the framework of international privacy regulatory requirements in a way that is practical, compliant, and cost effective.