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On March 25, 2022, the United States and the European Union jointly announced an “agreement in principle” to a new trans-Atlantic data privacy framework to facilitate the cross-border transfer of personal data (the “Framework”).1 As part of the Framework, the US has made “unprecedented commitments” related to intelligence collection and surveillance practices.2 The

Cybersecurity and data privacy presented some of the most complex legal questions and business risks that multinational companies faced in 2018. Businesses should expect continued growth in cyber and data privacy challenges in 2019.

Cyber attacks became even more sophisticated and severe in 2018, with incidents ranging from exfiltration and extortion schemes, to attacks on

The cybersecurity and data privacy landscape continues to change, creating significant new risks for businesses across economic sectors. New types of litigation are emerging, new regulatory regimes are entering into force, and new laws promise yet further compliance challenges in the future. At the same time, a wide range of threat actors are launching more