Tagged: EU data privacy

The EU Speaking Up Regime – Plenty of Process and Protection but no Bounties

Andre Bywater and Jonathan Armstrong join us for a guest posting on the EU Speaking Up regime. André and Jonathan are lawyers with Cordery in London, United Kingdom, where they focus on compliance issues. André Bywater can be reached at andre.bywater@corderycompliance.com and Jonathan Armstrong can be reached at jonathan.armstrong@corderycompliance.com. In 2019 the EU introduced new rules to enable whistleblowers to report about EU law irregularities...

Episode 14 — What Every Compliance Officer Needs to Know About Data Privacy and the EU’s GDPR

Compliance officers have to be mindful of new and emerging threats.  In the past few years, cyber security and data privacy have been quickly rising as new and significant threats that corporations face in the global marketplace. The European Union has adopted a far-reaching new regulatory regime applicable to companies that conduct business in the European Union and collect any sensitive data relating to EU...

The EU’s New General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR) – Global Companies New Compliance Test

Global companies face a daunting array of risks – anti-corruption, trade compliance, antitrust, and money laundering are just a few. The European Union, however, has escalated the data privacy issue right into the corporate boardroom. Global companies will have to devote significant time and resources to building appropriate data privacy compliance programs. The EU’s new General Data Privacy Regulation (or GDPR), which is effective May...