Data Privacy and Information Security

  • Data Privacy and Information Security
  • Data Privacy and Information Security
  • Data Privacy and Information Security
  • Data Privacy and Information Security

The world’s leading corporations and financial institutions turn to us for innovative and leading-edge advice on data privacy and information security.

Our team has a wealth of experience in privacy and information security regulation and advise on a wide range of matters, including privacy and security policies and audits, employee and customer privacy issues in multi-jurisdictional outsourcing transactions, international data transfer arrangements, security breach response and the development of new products and services.

We have assisted clients in navigating the increasing - and increasingly complex - body of legislation affecting how multi-national organizations collect, manage, share and use personal data.  Our expertise covers everything from advising on privacy issues at national level to representing clients on global projects and compliance programs. Clients seek us out because of our extensive knowledge of the Data Privacy and Information Security laws, our quick response time and our ability to find winning solutions for our clients.

In May next year, the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force. The GDPR applies to all personal data, which is any information relating to an identified, or identifiable individual, including employees and people acting in a business capacity, meaning all businesses will be affected.

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  • How upcoming changes in data protection will affect all businesses
  • There are also potential specific changes in relation to email marketing, which could significantly impact B2B approaches to new prospects. While those changes have not been finalized, the effect could be that businesses will only be permitted to send marketing emails to new prospects if they have requested or given their explicit consent.
  • It should also be noted the GDPR comes into force pre-Brexit, but the UK Government has already published a statement of intent around implementing a domesticated version post-Brexit. The UK intends to keep pace with EU data protection law, meaning the GDPR is here to stay.