As part of our strong, ongoing commitment to privacy and protecting our customers’ data, Workday moved quickly to self-certify for the Privacy Shield, which provides an even better mechanism for the transfer of European data to the U.S. than the overturned Safe Harbor privacy framework. Read more from Workday Chief Privacy Officer Barbara Cosgrove.
The responsibility to comply with data privacy obligations is not one that our customers, and those considering Workday, bear alone. Barbara Cosgrove, vice president, chief privacy officer at Workday, highlights three features of Workday that directly address GDPR requirements.
The European Commission has just published its first annual report on the operation of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield. With this review complete, companies can continue to rely with confidence on the Privacy Shield and its effectiveness in facilitating the free flow of data, which is essential in unlocking the full potential of cloud computing.
While the road has been long, in short order the Privacy Shield will become an important vehicle for transferring data along the highways of the global digital economy. Read more from Workday General Counsel Jim Shaughnessy.