|Tuesday, September 15, 2020|
|12:00 PM - 01:30 PM Eastern Daylight Time|
Please join us for this session of our Data Privacy and Protection Boot Camp to discuss the particularly tricky privacy issues that arise in international sanctions and export investigations.
Regulators expect companies to investigate actual or potential violations completely and, more importantly, to disclose the nature and scope of those violations completely, in order to obtain cooperation credit for their disclosures. Identifying violations often requires the review of a variety of personal information, including citizenships and nationalities, communications, and myriad other facts and circumstances.
Investigating and reporting the results of those investigations can lead to disclosure of protected personal information – which requires an understanding of privacy laws and regulations and a balancing of interests while respecting privacy requirements.