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On July 16, 2020, the Court of Justice for the European Union published their opinion on Case C-311/18 Data Protection Commissioner v Facebook Ireland Limited and Maximillian Schrems (called “Schrems II”). This decision invalidated the EU-US Privacy Shield and provided requirements for data transfer mechanisms. This decision has had far-reaching consequences for US companies doing business in the EU, but also for companies globally. What does this mean for companies and specifically, for security professionals? Will the EU drive global security requirements? And if so, how does it align with the new California laws or with the UK withdrawal from the EU? Join us as we discuss global developments in privacy and put them in context of managing a forward-looking security program.
We are joining the monthly chapter meeting of our sister chapter, ISSA DC, for this meeting. For this reason, we are meeting on a Tuesday evening and are starting at 6:30pm. The support of our DC sister chapter is most appreciated!
About the Speaker — K Royal
K Royal is an attorney and global privacy professional with 25 years of experience in the legal and health-related fields. She has the distinct honor of filing the first successful joint controller / processor Binding Corporate Rules for data transfers out of the European Union and founded a program for women in house attorneys that is now a Global Women in Law and Leadership annual summit held at the United Nations in New York. As an attorney, she has received numerous honors for her leadership in both technology and diversity, including Forty-under-40 recipient for Phoenix, named an Outstanding Woman in Business, and Member of the Year for the Association of Corporate Counsel (out of 43k members globally). K received her law degree from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University and is in the dissertation phase of her PhD in public policy from the University of Texas at Dallas.