This presentation will advise on how to deal with data transfers and the “adequacy assessment” from a global perspective.

Speaker

Robert Bond, CompBCS, Senior Counsel & Notary, Bristows LLP

Agenda

18:00 - Webinar starts
18:30 - Main presentation
19:30 - Close

Synopsis

In 2020 the European Court of Justice invalidated Privacy Shield and raised concerns over adequacy of data protection laws in non EU countries. Singapore, Turkey, Brazil and the UAE now have data transfer restrictions.

This presentation will advise on how to deal with data transfers and the “adequacy assessment” from a global perspective.

This event forms part of the ISSG Legal Series

About the speakers

Robert Bond, CompBCS, Senior Counsel & Notary, Bristows LLP

Robert Bond is a Senior Counsel with Bristows LLP and is a Solicitor, Notary Public and a Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional and he has specialised in data protection & information security law since 1983.

Robert is a Companion of the BCS, Head of the Examination Board for the Practitioner Certificate in Data Protection, a founder member of the United Nations Expert Group on Governance of Data and AI, and a Fellow of the Society of Advanced Legal Studies.

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This event is brought to you by: BCS Information Security specialist group

Webinar: International transfers of personal data post Schrems II and Brexit
Date and time
12 May, 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Location
Webinar
Price
Free