Binding Corporate Rules (BCR) allow multinational companies to transfer personal information internally, between organizational divisions and subsidiaries, around the world.
Binding Corporate Rules are a collection of privacy and data protection policies and procedures that apply to the organization as a whole. They must be approved by regional data protection authorities to be valid, providing a certified means of personal data transmission within an organization.
Binding Corporate Rules are a way to legally transfer data from the EU to the US and can serve as an alternative to the now invalid Safe Harbor Framework.
Why Choose 2B Advice?
2B Advice’s experts have proven experience in implementing Binding Corporate Rules for multinational organizations. Our experts have deep knowledge of both the legal and technical requirements and have used this knowledge to build a track record of success. Working hand-in-hand with our clients, we have successfully negotiated BCR applications with Data Protection Authorities across Europe.
Our software was developed according to German data protection guidelines.
We are one of the providers with the longest experience in the market.
Our data protection expertise is transnational and we work internationally.
Privacy consultancy 2B Advice named a "Cool Vendor" by Gartner
2B Advice is an IAPP corporate Gold member
2B Advice awarded Grand Prix of the SME 2014 and the Ludwig 2014
2B Advice is a Microsoft Gold-Certified Partner
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