Will your clients be fined for not complying with the new GDPR SCCs this December?

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TGS U Webinar

Date: July 12th, 10h00 CEST or 18h30 CEST

Location: Zoom

Cost: Free

Host: Caroline Belotti, TGS France Avocats


The European Commission’s modernised Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs) for data transfers have implications for consent, accessibility, portability and transparency. The deadlines for compliance are fast approaching, as are the fines for those not complying.


By 27 December 2022, the new SCCs need to be incorporated into all international data transfer agreements from controllers or processors in the EU/EEA. Any existing agreements incorporating the former SCCs need to be replaced by this date.

Failing to comply with these requirements may lead to fines of 4% of annual turnover of European Companies. Firms must update the SCCs with their non-European providers or partners to avoid such sanctions.

This free webinar will describe the actions to be taken to make your and your clients’ international data transfers to compliant before the end of 2022.


In this one-hour webinar, we will discuss: 

  • When GDPR rules apply to your clients
  • Risks of non-compliance to the new Standard Contractual Clauses (SCC)
  • What the 4 modules of the new SCCs are
  • What actions must be taken and when to comply with the new SCCs.



Register for your place on the TGS U Webinar: using the links below but be quick, places are limited! After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

“How to comply with EU SCCs for data transfer and avoid fines of 4% of turnover.”

10am CEST, Paris time.

6.30pm CEST, Paris time

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