Ten Steps to Minimize Data Privacy and Security Risk and Maximize Compliance

Increasingly, general counsel, privacy officers and even CEOs are taking on more and more data privacy and security compliance burdens because of the significant legal implications of not just breaches, but failure to comply with a range of privacy and cybersecurity regulations. That applies to international transfers of data as well. In a guest article, Aaron Charfoos, Jonathan Feld and Stephen Tupper, members of Dykema, discuss recent global developments and ten ways companies can ensure compliance with new regulations to increase data security and minimize the risk of enforcement actions. See also “Liability Lessons From Data Breach Enforcement Actions” (Nov. 11, 2015).

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