2015 was another busy year in privacy and data security. From the “death” of the U.S.-EU safe harbor program (did it really die?), to continued changes in data breach laws in the U.S., to big data developments, there were a lot of things for companies to deal with throughout the year. Winston & Strawn has again put together its Privacy Year in Review to help general counsel, chief privacy officers, chief information officers, and other senior leaders plan for 2016.
TIP: Companies thinking about what privacy obligations they need to handle in 2016 will find this report a helpful tool in their planning process.