Virtual Event – Transatlantic Data Transfers: What Impact Will a New EU-US Agreement Mean for the US Economy?
International data transfers are essential to companies of all sizes in all industries and contribute trillions to the global economy. President Biden’s recent Executive Order for a new EU-US data privacy framework marks a significant step toward strengthening international data transfers – in particular, it brings Washington and Brussels closer to finalizing a long-awaited new deal to send data across the Atlantic. That highly anticipated agreement will bolster privacy protections and provide much-needed clarity to thousands of American businesses spanning every sector of the economy that depend on transatlantic data transfers to operate, innovate, and grow.
What are the potential economic impacts of President Biden’s executive order? How will the new US-EU data transfer framework impact American businesses and their digital transformation? And what next steps are needed to get the agreement across the finish line?
Join BSA | The Software Alliance and the Global Data Alliance for a virtual conversation to address these questions with senior business leaders representing a variety of industries.
- Barbara Cosgrove, Vice President, Chief Privacy Officer, Workday
- Joe O'Murchadha, Lead Senior Lega Counsel, Data Protection and Privacy, SAP North America
- James Southwick, Vice President, Government Affairs, Medtronic
BSA's Kate Goodloe, Senior Director, Policy, will moderate.
More Information: www.transatlantic-datatransfers.com
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