1 hour | September 28 | 12:00 pm UTC
The European Commission recently issued its draft adequacy decision on the EU-US Data Privacy Framework (EU-US DPF) following the invalidation of the Privacy Shield. The EU-US DPF aims to ensure that further safeguards are in place for the transfer of personal data of EU citizens out of Europe.
Organizations looking to certify with the EU-US DPF will need to consider new and additional items covered in the Commission’s draft adequacy decision. These include ensuring that your privacy program encompasses a broader scope of personal data, amending privacy notices to an EU level of transparency, and ensuring your vendor contracts include new provisions of the EU-US DPF.
- Understanding the requirements of the new EU-US DPF
- How you can update your privacy program to align with the framework
- Operational tips and best practices for post-Schrems data transfers