With the widespread availability of hardware-based Confidential Computing in the public cloud, organizations can now lock down workloads, and implement and enforce cross-border data transfer requirements with a data lock, a type of governance built directly into the data.
Facebook has now exhausted its options for legal challenges as the Irish DPC has ended its stay on the EU-US data transfer ban. The company may be ordered to stop transfers as early as this summer.
EDPB guidance on cross-border data transfers post Schrems II ruling highlights a number of things that have changed that organizations will need to keep in mind when thinking about how to comply.
New Schrems privacy case could affect how global corporations carry out cross-border data transfers which may cause global trade and data flows to come to a halt.