The 12th Annual Sedona Conference International Programme on Cross-Border Data Transfers and Data Protection Laws
June 7 @ 10:00 am - June 9 @ 1:15 pm
The 12th Annual Sedona Conference International Programme on Cross-Border Data Transfers and Data Protection Laws will convene online on 7-9 June 2021.
The Programme will address cross-border data transfers relating to commercial operations, government investigations, and discovery in litigation, and the related compliance, privacy and security issues. The Programme will provide the expert dialogue The Sedona Conference is known for between leading global data protection authorities, corporate counsel, outside counsel, and service providers. This distinguished group of faculty will lead all Programme participants in assessing how cross-border data transfers, privacy, and data security across the globe – but particularly in the United States and Europe – have evolved since the full implementation of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) nearly three years ago. There will be benchmarking on information governance among corporate counsel at multinational corporations. Key data protection authorities will provide insights into their challenges and priorities in their enforcement and advisory roles under their data protection regimes. We also will engage in dialogue concerning the challenges presented by the interaction of data protection and new technologies, the recent developments in privacy and security in China, and the extraterritorial reach of various privacy and data security laws and regulations.
Please see the full agenda below.
Unlike other continuing legal education programs, all faculty members are asked to be present for the entire Programme and participate in all aspects of the Programme. The format involves dialogue not only among faculty members, but also with the Programme participants, who are invited and encouraged to contribute their comments and perspectives to the dialogue.
Attendance at the Programme is by invitation only to ensure a proper balance of participants and is limited in size to ensure that we have an intimate environment for meaningful dialogue.