Leave the Excepetion, Take the Lesson from British Airways

If you are a regular follower of XPAN’s blog for cybersecurity news and updates or have tuned in to hear us at one of our speaking engagements, you know that we have been closely monitoring the European Union’s (“EU”) thorough investigation and corresponding enforcement action against British Airways for violations under the General Data Protection […]

The US Response to Schrems II: The Next Phase of EU-US Data Transfers

On July 16, 2020, the Court of Justice of the European Union (“ECJ”) held that the EU-US Privacy Shield, a mechanism to transfer data from the EU to the US, was invalid. (You can see our summary of the ECJ’s Schrems II decision here). This decision rocked much of the international privacy world, causing organizations […]