Source: SC Magazine
04 Oct 2018
Protecting data on overseas cloud servers and navigating aggressive regulation promise to keep tech lawyers employed for years to come, if the EU’s quick succession of Privacy Shield, GDPR and the forthcoming ePrivacy Regulation provides any indication of what’s in store.
Data guardians must be prepared to bring their technical A-game in regard to knowing the exact location of everything and potential legal liability surrounding their overseas cloud storage, concur experts bracing for a new round of regulatory scrutiny in light of mishaps.
“The legal requirements can be quite complex as a multinational U.S. company needs to manage one set of data across many different countries and/or economic unions and trade blocks, each having its own distinct regulatory environment,” says Pravin Kothari, CEO of CipherCloud.Read Full Article