2017 Boise Cybersecurity Breakfast Series

Increasing awareness and responding to cybersecurity threats, from the existing to the potential, has become a top priority for companies around the globe. Overcoming the challenges inherent in our unprecedented digital landscape requires a multifaceted and integrated approach.

Join Holland & Hart for its 2017 Boise Cybersecurity Breakfast Series, where our cybersecurity and data privacy lawyers discuss how to effectively identify, monitor, measure, and control cybersecurity risks across your business organization.

Boise Cybersecurity Breakfast Series Part 3: Privacy Shield

Tuesday, June 6, 2017
8:00 AM to 9:30 AM MT

Location: Holland & Hart Boise, 800 W. Main Street, Suite 1750, Boise ID

Registration and Networking: 8:00 AM – 8:30 AM

Presentations: 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM

Global marketplaces require global data flows, but EU privacy laws can often create barriers to the transfer of personal information. We will discuss the current status of EU privacy law, with particular focus on the new EU/US Privacy Shield agreement, and what the new General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) means for US business.

Attendees will receive:

  • An overview of Privacy Shield and the main obligations under the new GDPR
  • An action plan for assessing whether Privacy Shield certification is appropriate for your business
  • An in depth understanding of obligations under the GDPR

Presenter: Liz Harding

To register online please click here.

Questions? Please contact Laura Squyres at 208.383.3997 or ldsquyres@hollandhart.com


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