If you plan to do business in the EU, it is necessary that you understand the legal requirements for data protection. EU data protection laws are stricter than US laws, and US-based businesses must follow certain procedures to be eligible to both transfer and process European data. With the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming in 2018, EU data protection law will be stricter than ever. Our EU privacy law experts can help you put safeguards in place to ensure that your organization is compliant when doing business in the EU.
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No matter where your business is located, if you process EU data, the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will likely require you to make some major adjustments to your privacy program before it goes into effect in 2018. Featuring a fun and easy-to-follow train concept, this GDPR compliance guide will give you a clearer picture of what the key requirements of the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) are, what steps you can take to meet them and how much time and effort you can expect to put into each step.