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PrivacyRules Annual Conference at our Japanese member Iwata Godo

On December 3rd, from 3.00 pm to 5.00 pm Tokyo time, the PrivacyRules international team of Tech and Legal experts discussed about "International data transfer compliance and data breach prevention for transnational businesses" in two live sessions.

Find the recording of the two sessions below

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The main topic of discussion was “International data transfer compliance and data breach prevention for transnational businesses”

In Session 1 we debated with Akira Matsuda (our host from Japan), Yingyu Wang (Singapore), Jihong Chen (China), Agnieszka Wiercińska-Krużewska (Poland) and Kim Walker (UK) on:

  • Establishing an effective compliance system for cross-border data transfers – what should businesses focus on?
  • What is the difference between domestic data transfer compliance and international data transfer compliance?
  • What is the best way to monitor the data flows?
  • How do you comply when a business uses overseas processors?

In Session 2Joe Dehner (PrivacyRules Chairman), Kohei Kurihara (Japan), Grace Shaw (Canada), Kevin Warburton (Hong Kong) and Ken Morris (USA) discussed about:

  • Points to consider about data lifecycles: (i) collection and storage, (ii) processing, (iii) transfer (domestic or overseas, intra-group or to third parties), and (iv) deletion
  • Points to learn from precedents: what is the main cause of data breaches based on your experience?
  • How can you detect and recognize a (potential) data breach promptly?
  • What should be considered in order to establish effective cybersecurity compliance?

Don’t miss the recording of the event, click the links below and watch them!

Session 1: International data transfer compliance

Session 2 +  Q&A: Data breach prevention mechanism