Jonathan Perez, global privacy officer, at BMC welcome this decision and call for the use of Binding Corporate Rules for data regulation.
[su_note note_color=”#ffffcc” text_color=”#00000″]Jonathan Perez, Global Privacy Officer, BMC :
“The decision taken by the European Court of Justice is a clear message being sent out to the businesses that Safe Harbour can no longer be relied on. In today’s world where digital transformation affects every industry, it is of importance that individuals trust that their data is being adequately handled and protected. Safe Harbour is 15 years old and needed to be reassessed especially in view of the recent surveillance and data breaches which have brought suspicion on to it in the public eye. We believe that if we work with data, we must be accountable for data entrusted with us at a global level, and that it goes through getting adapted certification such as the Binding Corporate Rules (BCRs) which BMC has just received. The IT industry must embrace the change and go for a higher standard of protection. This will reassure consumers and ultimately customers, which will benefit the whole digital economy.”[/su_note][su_box title=”About BMC” style=”noise” box_color=”#336588″]BMC delivers software solutions that help IT transform digital enterprises for the ultimate competitive business advantage. We have worked with thousands of leading companies to create and deliver powerful IT management services. From mainframe to cloud to mobile, we pair high-speed digital innovation with robust IT industrialization—allowing our customers to provide amazing user experiences with optimized IT performance, cost, compliance, and productivity. We believe that technology is the heart of every business, and that IT drives business to the digital age.[/su_box]