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Cross-Border Data Forum

Since it was founded in 2018, Peter Swire has been Research Director of the Cross-Border Data Forum.  Support to create the CBDF came from funding Swire received as an Andrew Carnegie Fellow to study “Protecting Human Rights and National Security in the New Era of Data Nationalism.” The work of the CBDF builds on the successful Georgia Tech “Cross-Border Requests for Data Project,” whose main recommendations were incorporated into the U.S. CLOUD Act (Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data), enacted in 2018.

DATA LOCALIZATION AND CYBERSECURITY PROJECT

Swire is researching the risks to cybersecurity from data localization. Swire has spoken about these topics to numerous audiences, including events hosted by RSA and CSIS.…

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TEACHING PRIVACY AND CYBERSECURITY

Swire teaches “Privacy Technology, Policy, and Law” (with Prof. Antón) and “Information Security Strategies and Policy.” Swire published a framework (2018) for teaching the non-code aspects of cybersecurity.…

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SWIRE PROVIDES COUNSEL ON PRIVACY AND CYBERSECURITY

Along with his continued full-time position at Georgia Tech, under Institute rules Swire is senior counsel at Alston & Bird LLP, in the Privacy & Data Security Practice.

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