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Cybersecurity and Data Privacy review and update: Looking back on 2018 and planning ahead for 2019

From the implementation of the GDPR to the passage of the CCPA, the year 2018 proved to be a monumental one for cybersecurity and data privacy. Regulators from around the world responded to devastating, large-scale cyber-attacks, and a desire for their citizens to have more control over their data, by passing a wide range of regulations aimed at protecting consumer information. These...

January’s Privacy Blizzard

The start to 2019 provided scant respite from the frenetic pace of privacy and cybersecurity developments. Already this year, regulators have amended and enforced existing regulations; courts have issued significant interpretations of law; and legislators have proposed new rules aimed at increasing privacy obligations and liability for businesses. This alert highlights the pressing...

Updata – Your quarterly privacy & cybersecurity update

Welcome to the second edition of Updata – the international quarterly update from Eversheds Sutherland’s dedicated Privacy and Cybersecurity team. Updata provides you with a compilation of privacy and cybersecurity regulatory and legal updates from our contributors around the globe over the past quarter. You can find previous editions on our dedicated webpage....

New guidance proposed on the extra-territorial scope of the GDPR

The agency responsible for administering the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) recently proposed guidelines to clarify the extra-territorial scope of Europe’s sweeping new privacy law. While these guidelines are not yet finalized, they indicate that the reach of the GDPR spreads far beyond the European Union. American businesses that had concluded that they were likely exempt...

Vietnam sheds light on impending cybersecurity law

Vietnam recently issued a draft decree that clarifies the scope of its impending cybersecurity law and its impact on foreign businesses. The law is set to go into effect on January 1, 2019, though the implementation of certain requirements that impact foreign companies the most will likely be delayed. Unlike other cybersecurity and data privacy laws passed this year, which were...

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