At the latest since the entry into force of the GDPR in 2018, data protection aspects have become the focus not only of many companies, but also of the public. The main reason for this is the severe fines that can be imposed for violations of data protection obligations.

Since today almost all business processes are at least supported by digital technologies and even the storage of an IP address represents a processing of personal data under data protection law, the challenges faced by companies are often immense. There are many pitfalls that must be avoided. This applies all the more when data is also transferred to non-EU countries in our globalized and technologized world.

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