Greenberg Traurig’s Francoise Gilbert to Co-Host Program on 'Hot Issues in EU Privacy and Cybersecurity: What does it mean for the Cloud?'

SILICON VALLEY, Calif. -- Feb. 26, 2016 -- International law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP’s Francoise Gilbert, in conjunction with the Cloud Security Alliance, will host a program on EU Data Protection and Cybersecurity Developments. The program, “Hot Issues in EU Privacy and Cybersecurity: What does it mean for the Cloud?” will be held March 1, 2016, in the PLI Conference Center, 685 Market Street, San Francisco.

During this interactive program, Gilbert and a panel of in-house experts will discuss how the EU General Data Protection Regulation and the EU-US Privacy Shield, once enacted, will impact those U.S. companies processing the personal information of EU citizens and will offer practical advice on how companies can prepare for these measures. The panel will also examine and address the new compliance implications of the EU General Data Protection Regulation for cloud service providers, SaaS providers, and for those companies that use their services.

Gilbert, a shareholder in the firm’s Silicon Valley office, focuses her practice on U.S. and global data privacy and security in a wide variety of markets, including, among others, Internet, cloud computing, big data, connected devices, robots, and other emerging technologies. Her clients include public or multi-national entities, cloud service providers, big data analytics companies, connected device developers, B2C and B2B businesses, publishers, Internet stores, insurance companies, financial institutions, manufacturers, service providers, trade associations, nonprofit organizations, software developers, and others.