Compare privacy frameworks across 31 jurisdictions in the new Global Data Privacy Law Guide
The global regulatory framework regarding data privacy is increasingly complex. Leverage this guide prepared by lawyers from across the EY Law network to access comparisons across jurisdictions. Multinational organizations must understand the comparative data privacy legislative frameworks in the jurisdictions they operate when formulating their operating models.
Global Data Privacy Law Guide
This guide functions as an information repository for General Counsel, Data Protection Officers, Compliance officers, Marketing and HR professionals and C-suite members seeking to better understand the issues and challenges that may be encountered around the world.
This digital guide is updated on an ongoing basis but should not be relied upon as legal advice. It should be noted though that this guide is for general information purposes only. It does not purport to provide comprehensive legal or other advice. EY and the contributors accept no responsibility for losses that may arise from reliance upon information contained in this guide. This guide is intended to give an indication of legal issues upon which you may need advice. Full legal advice should be taken from a qualified professional when dealing with specific situations. The guide contains the contact details of local EY Law teams with data privacy specialists.
Data Privacy Law in Austria
Our Austrian lawyers for data protection and cybersecurity have collected all necessary details, Austrian laws and regulations for the Global Data Privacy Guide.
Hot topics of Data Privacy Law and Cybersecurity
The new EY Law Global Data Privacy Law Guide allows you to compare the following hot topics of
- data protection framework
- outsourced: third-party obligations and cloud services
- data processing (marketing, employment, IoT, big data)
- Cybersecurity legal framework
Data protection laws, personal vs anonymized data, lawful processing, sensitive personal data, responsibility for data processing, transparent processing, processing for a specified purpose, data retention and deletion requirements, data minimization and accuracy, privacy by design, security and data breach, data subject rights, transfer of personal data, data protection officer, Data protection authority and enforcement, enforcement measures, accountibility and data protection compliance, relationship with third parties, data transfers, cloud computing services, certifications and codes of conduct, data processing at work, direct marketing, automated decision-making, Big data, Internet of things, high risk processing, biometric data, genetic data, health data, archiving / scientific / historical research, cybersecurity governing texts, regulatory authorities and other bodies, cybersecurity obligations, penalties, cybersecurity and data protection law