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2B Advice Privacy Compliance Services provide the insight and guidance to help companies navigate privacy and data protection regulation around the world.
Our dedicated team of multi-lingual privacy and legal professionals brings over 18 years of experience working internationally to help organizations to assess their state of preparedness for the rigors of day-to-day compliance with regional data protection regulations.
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How Well Is Your Company Prepared to Comply With Each of the Obligations for New Privacy and Data Protection Regulations Around the World?
Do you have a clear idea of how well each of your regional business units is handling the processing of personal data? Is each aligned with their respective supervisory authority guidelines and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) or other similar regional data protection regulations? Having an overall picture across regions is a useful benchmark for understanding overall privacy risks and compliance levels.
The 2B Advice Regional GDPR Gap-Analysis is an initial assessment seeking to identify organizational gaps in your privacy organization based on the current state of your privacy program
How Can You Best Support Cross-Border Data Transfers?
A cross-border data transfer is the transmission of personal information from one jurisdiction to another. Many jurisdictions, most notably the European Union, place significant restrictions on such transfers. In the Schrems II judgement, the ECJ indicated that data exporters are responsible for assessing whether the laws and practice of the importing country impinge on the effectiveness of the appropriate safeguards provided by the GDPR Art. 46 tools, such as the SCCs. Where such safeguards are not guaranteed, the ECJ leaves open the possibility of transferring the data where the exporter and importer adopt supplementary measures to fill the gap in protection.
Identifying High-Risk Processing Activities
A number of data privacy regulations, including the GDPR, take a risk-based approach to the processing of data that is likely to result in high risk to the data subject or individual and subsequently require a risk assessment to be conducted for each of these activities, and refreshed on an ongoing basis. 2B Advice Privacy Services can prepare a Data Protection Impact Assessment, or DPIA, in compliance with the GDPR or a Data Processing Assessment (DPA) for processing activities under US privacy laws which may result in a high risk to the rights and freedoms of natural persons.
Make Sure to Carry Out Your DPIA for High Risk Processing Activities up to Date
The data protection impact assessment, or DPIA, is specified by Article 35 of the GDPR. The DPIA is performed exclusively on a single and specific processing activity that could result in high risk to the rights and freedoms of natural persons also called data subjects. The DPIA aims to identify and quantify potential high risks for the data subjects prior to the processing of the activity. Since it is an element of the GDPR, whose main core value is the preservation of the rights and freedom of the data subjects, the data protection impact assessment does not take into consideration in any shape or form the risks that the organization may face.
A data protection impact assessment is needed when the manual or automated collection, recording, organisation, structuring, storage, adaptation or alteration, retrieval, consultation, use, disclosure by transmission, dissemination or otherwise making available, alignment or combination, restriction, erasure or destruction of personal data (aka “processing activity”) is likely to result in a high risk to the rights and freedoms of natural persons. It should be carried out prior to processing or in the design phase of a new technology and on a regular basis (audit) thereafter.
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Initially, the EU Whistleblower Directive was supposed to be effective by December 17, 2021. However, the legislative process failed.Right of Access by the Data Subject
The right of access, enshrined in Art. 15 of the GDPR, gives data subjects the right to obtain from the controller.Annual Data Protection Conference
The annual data protection conference (45th DAFTA) of the Gesellschaft für Datenschutz und Datensicherheit (GDD) e.V. took place on 18.11.2021.