Webinar Recording | Enhancing Privacy or Hindering Trade? Data Protection Officer and Privacy Compliance Requirements Around the World

20 May 2021 | 10am EDT/7am PST/3pm BST/4pm CEST

New personal data protection requirements are spreading around the world. In the wake of the EU GDPR, countries are adopting new rules that impact how businesses operate across borders, including requirements to appoint data protection officers (DPOs). However, as new research from IAPP shows, countries may require very different things from a “DPO.” While these new obligations can be a hindrance, they can also be powerful levers to enhance privacy on the ground, not just on the books.

Join us as Caitlin Fennessy, Research Director at the International Association of Privacy Professionals, and Krysten Jenci, Director of the US Office of Digital Services Industries discuss the spread of new data protection requirements around the world, how they help and hurt, and the role of the US government in helping companies meet their obligations and achieve sustainable market access.

Webinar Recording | Enhancing Privacy or Hindering Trade? Data Protection Officer and Privacy Compliance Requirements Around the World

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