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Control the process: mastering your data processing agreements

How should controllers and processors implement data processing agreements, and how they can be leveraged to your advantage?

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Data controllers and processors are required to have in place certain mandatory clauses in respect of personal data governed by the GDPR, while transfers of personal data between the EEA and the rest of the world add an extra layer of contractual complexity.

Join Howard Ricklow and Raj Shah from Collyer Bristow’s Commercial and Data Protection teams as they discuss how controllers and processors should respectively implement these arrangements, and how they can be leveraged to your advantage. We also take a look at what this year’s Schrems II case means in practice for international transfers of personal data to processors located outside the EEA, as well as the implications of the end of the Brexit transition period on 31 December.

The webinar will be of interest to anyone with responsibility for data protection compliance.

Disclaimer: This content is provided for general information only and does not constitute legal or other professional advice. Appropriate legal or other professional opinion should be taken before taking or omitting to take any action in respect of any specific problem. Collyer Bristow LLP accepts no liability for any loss or damage which may arise from reliance on information contained in this material.

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      A webinar on implementing data processing agreements

      Published 26 November 2020

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    Data controllers and processors are required to have in place certain mandatory clauses in respect of personal data governed by the GDPR, while transfers of personal data between the EEA and the rest of the world add an extra layer of contractual complexity.

    Join Howard Ricklow and Raj Shah from Collyer Bristow’s Commercial and Data Protection teams as they discuss how controllers and processors should respectively implement these arrangements, and how they can be leveraged to your advantage. We also take a look at what this year’s Schrems II case means in practice for international transfers of personal data to processors located outside the EEA, as well as the implications of the end of the Brexit transition period on 31 December.

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