Since the recent “Schrems II” ruling of the European Court of Justice, invalidating Privacy Shield and imposing additional obligations on organizations relying on standard contractual clauses, many organizations are facing legal uncertainties related to third-country transfers of personal data. One alternative transfer mechanism – newly introduced by GDPR and often overlooked – are Codes of Conduct.
As many privacy experts are pushing for the implementation of Codes in the wake of the “Schrems II” ruling, this webinar explores the benefits, key principles and potentials of Codes of Conduct under GDPR and gives an overview for possible solutions for different sectors.
Hosted by Pasquale Annicchino (Senior fellow researcher, Archimede) and Francesco Capparelli (Senior fellow researcher, IIP and Alice Audino, Fellow researcher, IIP)
- Lorena Marciano – Director EMEAR Data Protection and Privacy Officer, Cisco
- Cornelius Witt – Senior Manager Public Policy & Privacy, SCOPE Europe
Details & Registration
The panel takes place on Monday, October 19, from 10:30am CEST. You can find all details and the registration link here.