Data Protection Masterclass:
Emerging Privacy Trends in Cloud Deals

10/07/2015 04:30 p.m. - 06:00 p.m. BST

Privacy + Data Security, Technology Transactions, and Outsourcing

Christine E. LyonScott W. StevensonAlex van der Wolk, and Alistair Maughan


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Cloud deals are bigger than ever, with multinationals planning large-scale moves of their global data from “on-prem” software (hosted on their own systems) to third-party cloud services. Privacy and data protection laws can impede a broad-based move to the cloud, however, and the specter of data security breaches looms large.  Join us to learn how customers and providers are working to navigate these challenges, including evolving approaches to cross-border data transfers, law enforcement access, subcontracting, data security and audit, and security incidents. Whether you are a customer or provider, or a U.S. company or a multinational, this session will help you keep pace with the rapid evolution of privacy and data protection strategies in cloud deals.

Topics Will Include:

  • Cross-border transfers and other challenges for global outsourcing
    to the cloud
  • How providers are tailoring cloud-based services to better fit “regulated data”
  • Trends in commercial terms allocating privacy and data security risks 


  • Christine Lyon
    Partner, Palo Alto
  • Alistair Maughan
    Partner, London
  • Scott W. Stevenson
    Of Counsel, Washington, D.C.
  • Alex van der Wolk
    Partner, London


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