In this episode, Jeff defines the differences between Data Privacy and Data Security; discusses the collection and use of automotive industry employees’ and customers’ health data, contact data and location data related to COVID-19; and explains the industry’s privacy compliance obligations for employees who work remotely, including cross-border data transfers.
Jeffrey A. May practices in the areas of general business law, intellectual property, and litigation with a focus on the increasingly important area of Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Law. He is credentialed as a Certified Information Privacy Professional/United States (CIPP/US). He has prior experience owning and operating a technology-based business. His experience and education allow him to assist clients with a wide range of business issues and litigation matters. Jeffrey helps clients identify and mitigate risks related to data security incidents and breaches. He also helps with information technology policies and practices, and data sharing arrangements with third parties.
Other posts to consider:
- Max Sneyd Discusses Force Majeure Clauses During A Global Pandemic On OESA’s Automotive Insider Podcast
- Contact Tracing – Balancing COVID-19 Tracing And Privacy
- Data Breach? Engage Outside Counsel And An Independent Forensics Team
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