Proskauer Rose Partner Kristen Mathews on Data Localization


Data localization laws require companies to store personal data of country's citizens in databases located inside the country. Bloomberg BNA Senior Legal Editor Jimmy H. Koo recently asked Kristen Mathews, a New York-based partner at Proskauer Rose who heads the firm’s Privacy & Cybersecurity Group, about what companies should do to prepare for and comply with data localization laws.


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