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How to deal with international personal data transfers in the digital health environment

The digital health industry has seen record levels of growth as new audiences seek more personalised and accessible models of healthcare. In the quest to serve the most universal of human needs, the use of data about individuals is at the heart of providing effective, trusted solutions.

This digital transformation depends on a global data mindset – accessing the right people, systems and support, wherever you choose to do business. Yet this breakneck progress has also raised data privacy concerns. Recent months have seen striking legal and geopolitical changes, making international transfers of personal data more complicated to navigate.

Join members of Data Protection & Cyber team from across Europe for a practical workshop on key considerations for digital health businesses that operate internationally. In the session, you'll receive practical guidance on:

  • assessing country of destination laws and transfer adequacy mechanisms
  • implementing additional transfer safeguards
  • relationships with third parties and use of cloud software solutions
  • whether updates to existing data processing/sharing contractual terms are recommended, and
  • the draft new standard contractual clauses for transfers and key differentiators.

We will also share our insight from recent client engagement on how you can best prepare your data processes for the years to come. 

We hope you can join us.

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