LL.M, CIPP-E, Admitted to the Paris Bar since 2003

With nearly 20 years of experience in Information Technology Law and Privacy, amongst which ten spent in the sector of Finance as the Deputy Head of Legal Shared Services for Natixis, Noémie holds a long record in negotiating complex deals in international and regulated contexts, and in supporting business evolution and success. She also provides
regulatory advice in the sphere of banking and payments, as well as in privacy, and more generally in the legal impacts of Data management. As an individual, she is committed to promote innovation and continued success of business by fostering balanced protection of IP rights, as well as legal and contractual trust in the use of technology and in the
responsible, protected collection and processing of people's data, and regularly publishes articles and participates debates on these issues.

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Data Security

Data Localisation – The Magic Bullet?

In the wake of the Schrems II decision[1], and even more in the light of Friday’s Facebook ruling[2], the question on everyone’s mind is how to truly protect personal data from the prying eyes of national security agencies around the world. Despite detailed guidelines[3] issued in November 2020, in the ...

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Schrems II – A few Things to Keep in Mind!

A couple of days ago, I have been asked whether, notably thanks to the GDPR[1] and the CCPA[2], we were seeing as professionals, a standardization in negotiations governing privacy terms. Alas, we have possibly never been so much away of such harmonization. 128 out of 194 countries have put in ...

Data Security

McAfee Welcomes its ISO 27701 Certificate!

This post was also written by Darragh McMahon At McAfee, we adhere to a set of core values and principles – We Put the Customer at The Core, We Achieve Excellence with Speed and Agility, We Play to Win or We Don’t Play, We Practice Inclusive Candor and Transparency. And ...

Data Security

The Schrems II Decision: The Day After

This blog is for information purposes only and it does not constitute legal advice or advice on how to achieve operational privacy and security or compliance with laws or regulations. The European Court of Justice (“CJEU”) yesterday invalidated the Privacy Shield, an agreement between the European data regulators and the ...

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The GDPR, Year II

With children, reaching the age of two is usually the change from a beautiful newborn to a moving creature that has reached the terrible twos. It may be that the same is happening to the General Data Protection Regulation as it approaches the mark of its second year of enforcement: ...

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Cybersecurity & Artificial Intelligence (AI) – a view from the EU Rear Window, Part II

In Part I of this blog, we discussed the debate around AI: what it is, whether it exists, and to what extent it plays a role in our daily lives. In Part II, we turn our focus to the future, and how AI must be developed deliberately and thoughtfully to ...

Data Security

Cybersecurity & Artificial Intelligence (AI) – a view from the EU Rear Window, Part I

Much has been said about the power of AI and how tomorrow’s CISO won’t be able to provide efficient cybersecurity without it. The hype surrounding AI is based on both the quickening pace of natural language capability development and the current deficiency of capable and competent cybersecurity professionals. A quick ...

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The GDPR – One Year Later

A couple of weeks ago, one famous lawyer blogged about an issue frequently discussed these days: the GDPR, one year later. “The sky has not fallen. The Internet has not stopped working. The multi-million-euro fines have not happened (yet). It was always going to be this way. A year has ...

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