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Your SCOPE - April 2022

We have basically blinked and May is already here and upon us. April was an extremely busy and yet highly interesting and productive month on SCOPE Europe's end. We have crossed the Atlantic to join the IAPP Global Privacy Summit and were thrilled to present the EU Cloud CoC's latest developments, particularly when it comes to the Third Country Data Transfers Module. Besides having an insightful panel on the 13th, we were delighted to meet several colleagues as well as members, collaborators and supporters of our projects. As a result of these encounters, we ended up featuring in the latest episode of the Serious Privacy Podcast, which was truly a pleasure. Make sure you scroll down to listen to that one and grasp a bit of the atmosphere in Washington, DC.

Talking about exiting events, SCOPE Europe is looking forward to taking the stage at the upcoming 2022 CPDP conference in Brussels. Our Managing Director, Jörn Wittmann, will join an outstanding group of panelists to celebrate the one-year approval anniversary of the EU Cloud CoC. The session will take place in the afternoon of Monday, May 23rd, so if you are making your way to the event, do not miss out on that one and get all the details by clicking in the link below. 
On a last note, make sure you check out our monthly news selection and in case you haven't yet, take a particular look on the Digital Services Act deal. 

Your SCOPE - March 2022

SCOPE Europe just made its way back from the IAPP Data Protection Intensive: UK 2022 and is already heading to Washington, DC, for the Global Privacy Summit. It is truly exciting to contribute to this major event for the international data protection community while particularly shedding light on codes of conduct and our singular experience with the EU Cloud CoC. If you are also making your way to the conference, find our session's details through the link below. 
Talking about co-regulation, our Managing Director, Jörn Wittmann, has published an insightful article discussing the current state of play of codes of conduct in the cloud environment at the German IT Compliance Review MMR. To all of our German readers who wish to learn more on the topic, check on the dedicated piece below.

Another interesting opportunity to deep dive into the universe of privacy compliance assurances is the upcoming Privacy Connect webinar held by OneTrust on April 20. SCOPE Europe is looking forward to joining the discussion and share our insights as the accredited monitoring body, lead negotiator and secretariat of the first transnational GDPR code of conduct to become fully legally operational. If you are interested, do not hesitate to scroll down for further details and registration.
Now, to wrap up this edition, make sure you check our monthly news section, which is filled with important regulatory developments, notably, the highly anticipated EU-US announcement on an upcoming agreement for international data transfers.

Your SCOPE - February 2022

We are delighted to kickstart this edition by telling those who are not yet aware that Figma is now a member of the EU Cloud CoC. SCOPE Europe and the Code's General Assembly firmly believe this is another crucial development towards ample sectoral cohesion on GDPR implementation and particularly for harmonization across the remarkably dynamic SaaS environment. Make sure you read the full press release right below.
When it comes to digital policy, February brought up some important updates, notably the publishing of the highly anticipated Data Act. The proposal aims to improve data accessibility and establish a fair, innovative and competitive digital ecosystem in Europe.  
Knowing the relevance and potential impacts of the proposal, Bitkom is organizing an extremely insightful debate on the topic this Friday, March 4, starting at 11.00 CET. In this context, SCOPE Europe is thrilled to join the discussions alongside Head of Cloud & Software at DG CNECT, Pierre Chastanet, in a dedicated panel tackling data processing services.
Talking about exciting events, here is a quick reminder on the upcoming IAPP Data Protection Intensive: UK 2022, where SCOPE Europe and the EU Cloud CoC will be taking the stage on March 24 to discuss "Codes of Conduct: Dealing with Data Protection Across Borders". If you are in London then, don't miss out on the conference and, in the meantime, get all the details by reading the dedicated piece below.
Now, to wrap this edition up, we would like to get the attention of our marketing and communications readers because SCOPE Europe is currently looking for an specialist in the field. Scroll down to check the complete job offer. 

Your SCOPE - January 2022

First and foremost, SCOPE Europe's team would like to wish a great new year to all of our amazing readers and collaborators. If 2021 has already brought up remarkable developments to our community, we are thrilled to kick-off 2022 with a first edition filled with exciting news and events to look forward to in the months to come.
Already in March, SCOPE Europe and the EU Cloud CoC will be in London for the IAPP Data Protection Intensive: UK 2022. The session will be promoting a highly interesting discussion on codes of conduct, particularly highlighting their role as enablers of regulatory cooperation post-Brexit.  For further details and registration, make sure you check the dedicated news below.  As 2022 promises to bring important regulatory developments to European digital markets, we believe it is crucial to actively provide our inputs and contribute to these processes each step of the way. In this spirit, SCOPE Europe, the EU Cloud CoC and SRIW have responded to our first EDBP consultation of the year. Don't miss out on the full response available through the link below, especially if you are into international data transfers as much as we are!   
Now, before leaving, we are happy to share that ISACA published an article on the EU Cloud CoC, which gives a great overview of the Code, offering a nice guidance for privacy professionals who wish to get familiar with it. Scroll down to read the full article.