Business Brunch digital: Update on third country transfers

Category: data protection Industry: mobility, consumer goods, machine construction, healthcare Location: Webinar Date:
Business Brunch digital: Update on third country transfers

The use of cloud services from the USA is part of everyday life for many companies, but since the ECJ's Schrems II ruling at the latest, such use harbors considerable liability risks under data protection law. The new EU standard contractual clauses are unlikely to have changed this. We present the current requirements for the transfer of personal data to third countries and provide an overview of the new EU standard contractual clauses and their use, as well as additional requirements such as transfer impact assessments. Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity has created a technical solution with its R&S®Trusted Gate.

Session 1
Update on requirements for data transfers to third countries

  • Requirements from Schrems II and the view of the authorities
  • New EU standard contractual clauses
  • Data transfer impact assessments

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    Session 2
    Can technical solutions nevertheless be used to work in the cloud in a fashion compliant with data protection law?

    • Decoupling of data from the services of the cloud providers
    • How does this work with R&S®Trusted Gate?
    • Application scenarios in practice

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      The event will be conducted as a webinar with Zoom video conferencing software on 23 November 2021 from 10:30 am-12:00 pm.