The Internet and an evolving roster of new communication platforms have shrunk the globe at an alarming pace over the last decade, making the borders between nations increasingly permeable to the information and communications that facilitate international business. However, the laws that protect privacy and data are a knotted web of risk for global organizations and can vary greatly from region to region. Achieving compliance is a delicate balance of understanding the locality in which your project or information resides, and employing policies and technology standards that consider global operations.

The steps to that dance were outlined at ALM’s 2015 Mid-year Cybersecurity and Data Protection Legal Summit, held in New York on June 16 during the panel “Complying with Cross Border Data Security Standards.”

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