Privacy Leaders: Video

Privacy Highlights: Data Localisation, UK Adequacy Decision, SCCs, Privacy Shield 2.0

Welcome to our video interview series: Privacy Leaders! We interview the best and the brightest minds in the privacy space to get their insights on all things privacy and regulation including the infamous EU General Data Protection Regulation, California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), the future of privacy, how to automate your privacy program and more.

Privacy Leader: Stephen Ragan

In this episode we have Stephen Ragan, Principal Privacy Consultant at Wrangu discussing the data localisation and the report from Frontier Economics, UK adequacy decision, the new SCCs and supplementary measures, update on EU US Privacy Shield 2.0 and more.

Schrems II

Alain firstly suggests defining the roles, whether that be a Data Protection Officer (DPO) or Data Protection Manager (DPM). He mentions that the role of the DPO, while not compulsory, creates a sense of obligation towards the supervisory authority. He says that the role of the DPO is the official role, but this role can also be handled by a DPM. He also suggests regardless of whether you have a DPO or DPM in your organisation, this role is fundamental for any organisation.

Brexit Adequacy

One of the things that Alain says companies should actively consider, is creating a privacy-focused culture within your organisation, this makes it easier to comply with the regulations in scope.

Alain continues to say that consumer mentalities are changing, all organisations are now expected to be delivering a high level of data privacy, this is seen as a standard, not a benefit.

Alain finishes off by saying in the long term, implementing a privacy culture within your organisation can turn into a competitive advantage, as customers nowadays are more attracted to companies who not only claim [to be compliant], but can demonstrate that they have a privacy culture in place, above those who only do the bare minimum, because they have a legal obligation to do so.

California's CPRA

One of the things that Alain says companies should actively consider, is creating a privacy-focused culture within your organisation, this makes it easier to comply with the regulations in scope.

Alain continues to say that consumer mentalities are changing, all organisations are now expected to be delivering a high level of data privacy, this is seen as a standard, not a benefit.

Alain finishes off by saying in the long term, implementing a privacy culture within your organisation can turn into a competitive advantage, as customers nowadays are more attracted to companies who not only claim [to be compliant], but can demonstrate that they have a privacy culture in place, above those who only do the bare minimum, because they have a legal obligation to do so.

"Implementing a privacy culture within your organisation can turn into a competitive advantage"

Alain Boudiak

BY WRANGU

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