IDPF Event – Israeli Privacy Regulation – Predictions for 2022

Privacy Israel

Is 2022 will be the turning point for Privacy Laws in Israel? Israel is on the verge of dramatic changes in privacy regulations, with forthcoming amendments to the law, more enforcement and class actions, and an active regulator with a new head We have gathered the top Israeli privacy practitioners to talk about what’s coming […]

The Or-Hof Team Proud of Dan’s Appointed as IAPP Advisory Board

Dan Iapp Advisory board

We have the pleasure to congratulate Dan on his appointment to the IAPP Publications Advisory Board. Dan, we are proud of you for your well-deserved achievement and contribution to the global privacy community. We ensure that your professional experience and knowledge of privacy and data protection laws, regulations, policies, procedures, best practices, and theory, alongside […]

OneTrust DataGuidance | Israel Enforcement and Breach

Israel Enforcement and Breach

Or-Hof Law’s report on the current status of enforcement and data breaches in Israel, as published on DataGuidance (requires a free membership registration to view). Israel – Enforcement and Breach | Guidance Note | DataGuidance Requires a free membership to review the Guidance Note

The New SCCs -Important Practical Aspect

SCCs

June 14, 2021 On June 4th the European Commission adopted revised standard contractual clauses for international transfers (the “new SCCs”). Much ink has been and will be spilled on the legal and commercial significances of the new SCCs provisions. Over the next weeks we will share our thoughts on selected topics under the new SCCs. This […]

SCCs -Notification Obligations Between the Parties

On June 4th, 2021, the European Commission adopted revised standard contractual clauses for international data transfers (the “New SCCs”). The New SCCs were published officially on June 7th this year. This is the fourth post in a series about practical aspects related to implementing the New SCCs. In this post, we focus on the notification obligations […]

New SCCs – Will we stop using DPAs?

On June 4th 2021, the European Commission adopted revised standard contractual clauses for international personal data transfers (the “New SCCs”). The New SCCs were published officially on June 7th this year. The New SCCs are modular and based on the position of the parties to the transfer under the GDPR, can apply between the following parties: Module […]

Practical Aspects of the New SCCs

SCCs

June 27, 2021 On June 4th, 2021, the European Commission adopted revised standard contractual clauses for international transfers (the “New SCCs”). The New SCCs were published officially on June 7th this year. This is the second post of a series about the practical aspects of the New SCCs. This time we focus on the warranty and […]

Notification Obligations Between the Parties

July 11, 2021 On June 4th, 2021, the European Commission adopted revised standard contractual clauses for international data transfers (the “New SCCs”). The New SCCs were published officially on June 7th this year.                 This is the third post in a series about practical aspects related to implementing the New SCCs. In this post, we focus […]

The guide in Hebrew for the CCPA

CCPA

The Guide in Hebrew to California Consumer Privacy Act – CCPA As of January 1, 2020, the California Consumer Protection Act (“CCPA”) will impose new privacy obligations on businesses that collect personal information from California residents and must (or jointly with others) determine the purposes and means of processing such data. Due to the great […]

Dan Or-Hof Has Been Recognized as a Fellow of Information Privacy (FIP)

Tel Aviv, Israel, February 3, 2021 – Dan Or-Hof, Adv., Esq., CIPP/US, CIPP/E, CIPM, has been recognized by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) as a Fellow of Information Privacy (FIP) and has joined a highly select group of privacy professionals worldwide. Privacy professionals are the arbiters of trust in today’s data-driven global economy. They […]