July has been a busy month for privacy penalties. From Facebook Inc.’s $5 billion data privacy fine and Equifax’s $1.4 billion data breach class action settlement, to the U.K. proposing fines for Marriott and British Airways, companies should be more aware of the gravity of data privacy enforcement.

Part of avoiding such fines is also being aware about how to properly transfer data outside the company. While jurisdiction is key to understanding exactly what is needed to make your data transferring compliant, there are some universal things every enterprise can do to limit their  risks. Here’s a look at five ways to ensure safer data transfers.

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