Drafting Data Privacy and Security Compliant SaaS and Other Cloud Agreements in a Post-Safe-Harbor World
Recorded: Wednesday, June 15, 2016
Data privacy and security are key issues for businesses who seek to upload their information onto the cloud. Customers need assurance that the software as a service (SaaS) or other cloud service provider will maintain effective policies and practices to safeguard the confidentiality and security of their information.
In seeking this assurance, it is not enough for the customer to conduct due diligence of the provider’s practices because those practices, like the laws and regulations that govern them, can be a fast-moving target. Only by the skillful drafting of the customer’s cloud service agreement can counsel aim to ensure that the customer’s confidential, trade secret, and personal information stay well protected and that both the service provider and customer remain compliant with data privacy and security laws.
A key case is the pending replacement of the EU-US safe harbor framework with stringent requirements of a new, EU-US Privacy Shield for the handling of personal data. It is crucial to businesses that their cloud service agreements include terms broad enough to anticipate such legal developments, technological advances, and changes in standards and practices.
Please join Practical Law for a free 75-minute webinar in which Matthew A. Karlyn
, Partner withFoley & Lardner LLP
and co-author of "A Guide to IT Contracting: Checklists, Tools and Techniques," will offer valuable practice tips on data privacy and security provisions of SaaS and other cloud service agreements, including a discussion of recent trends and issues.
Attendees of this program will:
- Learn how to avoid common errors in data security, privacy, and disaster recovery provisions and provide for proper data protection both during and after the term of the cloud agreement.
- Explore effective remedies for breaches of data privacy and security.
- Consider the requirements of the EU-US Privacy Shield and its anticipated impact on cloud service customers and providers and the terms of their cloud service agreements.
A short Q&A session will follow.
, Co-Chair Technology Industry Team, Foley & Lardner
, Senior Legal Editor, Intellectual Property & Technology
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