Oct 14, 2015
The European Union's (EU) highest court recently found that the "Safe Harbor" provisions allowing data transfers from EU countries to United States' data centers are invalid.
Triggering this finding was a lawsuit motivated, in part, by spy agency access to citizen data in violation of privacy initiatives. Despite this ruling, transatlantic data flows can continue -- assuming other safeguards are in place.
Security Current's Vic Wheatman speaks with Lawrence Dietz, General Counsel for California-based TAL Global to make sense out of this and what it means to CISOs. Dietz is a nationally recognized expert in the areas of cybersecurity, cyber warfare, information security and intellectual property.