Executives and boards should ensure they understand the potential multijurisdictional conflicts that may arise from differing privacy and data protection laws around the globe. This allows us to develop policies and procedures that are consistent with the organization's strategy and risk appetite, particularly when some outcomes for corporate non-compliance create high penalties or potential criminal liability. Developing an understanding of the international regulatory framework will be critical to support hybrid and remote workforces for a level playing field and for continued economic recovery.
Identify new enforcement agencies, mechanisms and the latest privacy regulations around the globe that can create challenges of non-compliance for companies and executives, as well as gain an understanding of how GDPR variations, CCPA-like laws and other spin-offs may also impact compliance.
Comprehend critical detail about key domestic and international cybersecurity law and privacy law cases that can impact companies that do business globally with financial and criminal repercussions.
Adapt policies to suit hybrid and remote workforces, re-acclimating onsite workforce, and understand what new solutions and new technologies could create dangerous violations that include hefty fines or criminal liability in the changing security landscape.