Chambers USA recently released its 2019 rankings and we are pleased to announce that Hogan Lovells’ Privacy and Cybersecurity (PaC) practice once again received Band 1 recognition by Chambers USA. Chambers noted that PaC “[r]emains one of the country’s preeminent privacy and data security practices. A highly talented roster of attorneys advising clients on major data breaches and complex policy matters across a multitude of industries, including retail, automotive and media.”
Please join the Hogan Lovells Privacy and Cybersecurity team on May 15 for our webinar, Hacking 101: How it Works and How to Mitigate Risk. We will explore how certain common hacks work from a technical perspective and how to mitigate related risks from a legal and compliance perspective.
Join us in May as we will be speaking at the 2019 Global IAPP Summit, discussing hacking, privacy and cybersecurity and the TCPA. We hope you can join us.
The groundbreaking California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) takes effect on January 1, 2020, and many key questions are still unresolved. Join us as we host an event on the CCPA, on April 16, 2019 in New York . We hope to see you there.
Join us this month as we address questions about the groundbreaking California Consumer Protection Act, consumer trust issues, TCPA, trends in global privacy enforcement, navigating ePrivacy requirements, and the GDPR as Brexit nears.
Join us in March as we explore key questions on the California Consumer Privacy Act, TCPA considerations for financial services, regulatory decisions on transparency and evolving industry approaches to the GDPR, artificial intelligence, as well as how Brexit will impact data protection and privacy professionals.
The groundbreaking California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) takes effect on January 1, 2020, and many key questions are still unresolved. Join us as we host two events on the CCPA, one on March 12 in Los Angeles and another on March 13 in San Francisco. In San Francisco, we will be joined by special guest speaker, Stacey Schesser, Supervising Deputy Attorney General at California Department of Justice. We hope to see you there.
We are pleased to announce the election of our new 2019 Hogan Lovells data protection partners and this expansion of our market-leading global Privacy and Cybersecurity practice. Congratulations to these talented lawyers helping to build and grow this emerging area of law.
Join us in December as we discuss what changes to the HIPAA Privacy Rule could and should look like as well as the best practices for developing and implementing global diversity and inclusion initiatives that protect worker and applicant privacy.
Join us in November as we will discuss cybersecurity risk assessment, major legal implications facing the deployment of autonomous vehicles, ePrivacy Regulation, and more.
Join us in October as we will discuss a number of topics including examining evolving issues regarding the California Consumer Privacy Act, the status of Asia-Pacific data protection regulation, how to prevent internal cybersecurity threats, and the implications of collecting workplace diversity data.
Join us in September as we contribute key events that explore the future of privacy, text messaging privacy, and what you need to know about the One Stop Shop under the GDPR.
On June 28, 2018, California’s governor signed Assembly Bill 375, a ground-breaking new data privacy law that some are calling the United States’ answer to the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation. Particularly in light of California’s status as the world’s 5th largest economy, many are wondering how the new California Consumer Privacy Act will affect them. Please join members of the Hogan Lovells global privacy team for a live webinar on July 24 to learn what you should be focusing on now.
Join us this month as we will discuss how to protect student educational data as well as considerations to weigh in deciding whether to pay the ransom for a cyber attack or not.
Join us in June as our Cybersecurity and Privacy team discusses what breach notification looks like under the GDPR and how it will be different from breach notification in the U.S. as well as public policy trends in the cybersecurity space.
With the GDPR about to come into effect, join our experts for a live webinar on May 23 to learn what you should be focusing on now. The GDPR becomes applicable on 25 May and will affect organisations worldwide. It is a complex and strict law with dozens of obligations which will be fiercely enforced. Getting it right will be essential for business success in the digital economy.
Join us this month as our Privacy and Cybersecurity team will discuss medical device cybersecurity preparedness and response, employee monitoring, IoT’s impact on health care, and key legal and compliance issues for insider threat programs.
Don’t miss out on key events from our Privacy and Cybersecurity team in March 2018. This month, our team will be discussing a variety of privacy and cybersecurity issues ranging from autonomous vehicle privacy to GDPR compliance. We hope you can join us!
Please join us for our Upcoming 2018 Privacy and Cybersecurity Events.
Please join us for our November 2017 Privacy and Cybersecurity Events.
Join us tomorrow, October 25 for the next installment of our 2017 Internet of Things webinar series and get practical guidance on privacy compliance challenges presented by the Internet of Things.
Hogan Lovells announced today that Edith Ramirez, the former Chairwoman of the US Federal Trade Commission, has joined the firm as a partner and will play an active role in Hogan Lovells’ Privacy and Cybersecurity practice. She will also co-head the firm’s Antitrust, Competition and Economic Regulation practice.
The German Ministry of Interior affairs has published an English translation of the new Federal Data Protection Act (Bundesdatenschutzgesetz – BDSG). On 27 April 2017 the German Parliament passed the BDSG in order to make use of the opening clause provided for in the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This bill has been controversial; see here for an interview with Jan Albrecht, Stefan Brink and Tim Wybitul.
The new BDSG replaces its national predecessor, which has been in force for the last 40 years. The new BDSG is the first step toward adapting national German member State law to the provisions of the GDPR. With an effective date of 25 May 2018, the new BDSG will also form the basis for the adaption of further German data privacy acts to the GDPR. We note that several ministries have already indicated that they are preparing specific data privacy provisions concerning special processing situations like social security data protection, and we expect these provisions to follow the implementation of the BDSG.
This overview summarizes the major implications of the BDSG for companies operating in Germany.
Please join us for our June 2017 Privacy and Cybersecurity Events.