Since the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) ruling which invalidated the EU-US Privacy Shield scheme, organisations have faced the dilemma of trying to understand how to transfer data outside the European Economic Area in a defensible manner and without facing regulatory sanctions.

So far, it has proved challenging. And it has created new data protection risks that organisations may not have been aware of previously.

Join leading experts from Exterro, Alvarez & Marsal and Jones Day on this webinar panel replay to learn about the consequences of this ruling and what steps your organisation can take to construct a defensible position when transferring personal data outside of the EEA, including:

  1. How to understand the impact of the Schrems II ruling
  2. How to comply with the GDPR when transferring personal data outside the EEA using alternative mechanisms
  3. Practical measures organisations can take to reduce their exposure and manage risks whilst maintaining established cross-border data flows

Meet the Speakers:

Rebecca Perry

CIPP/US/G Director of Strategic Partnerships - Exterro

Rebecca Perry is the Director of Strategic Partnerships at Exterro, the leader in helping companies manage their information compliantly and defensibly – in compliance with data privacy and cybersecurity regulations like the GDPR, NYS DFS, CCPA and others. Rebecca has been with Exterro more than 25 years helping legal, compliance, privacy and IT executives in the areas of information governance, data mapping, data minimization, records retention and third-party diligence. She manages the Alliance Partnership with the Association of Corporate Counsel and builds strategic relationships with leading law firms.

Robert Grosvenor

Managing Director-  Alvarez and Marsal

Robert brings over 20 years of experience advising on global and cross border privacy, secrecy, records management and related data regulation requirements. With deep European regulatory and legal knowledge, Robert has developed strategic programs and led international compliance projects for major organisations across the financial services, life sciences, technology, media and retail/manufacturing sectors including GDPR readiness and BCR implementations. Robert’s areas of expertise include the compliant management of data in major digital transformation and data strategy initiatives. These initiatives include digital ethics and the impact of AI, ePrivacy including AdTech and IoT, blockchain, big data analytics, and cloud migrations

Jonathon Little

Partner and Privacy & Technology Specialist

Jones DayJonathon has over 20 years’ experience advising clients on high value commercial and technology projects, working with both customers and suppliers across the full range of industry sectors. Jonathon’s practice covers contract negotiation and drafting, outsourcing, telecoms transactions and service agreements, network service arrangements, IT licensing, systems and software acquisition, e-business, framework agreements and other procurement structures, and agency and distribution agreements. Jonathon has extensive experience in the regulatory areas that impact commercial law and technology, including data protection and privacy, cyber security, distance selling and the e-commerce rules.