Tag Archives: data privacy

Tom Tulloch On GDPR And Supply Chain Compliance

By | May 10, 2018

Data protection and privacy have been a big deal for a long time in the data-intensive travel industry. With new regulations set to take effect — covering all European citizens and companies doing business in Europe — there are many new questions about who is impacted and how to comply. Tom Tulloch, executive vice president and managing director… Read More »

Sought-After Travel Data Protection Code Not Forthcoming Despite GDPR

By | January 26, 2018

Wouldn’t it be nice if there were a seal of approval for the protection of business travelers’ data and privacy? There are certifications for data security, but none really for privacy. There has been talk about a travel code of conduct, but no movement. Some fear the travel industry won’t get its act together before running into legal… Read More »

Explainer: The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation And Business Travel

By | January 26, 2018

Businesses in travel and beyond face a deadline of May 25, 2018, for compliance with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation. GDPR changes several key areas of data privacy law applying to European citizens. Among the major changes that the regulation makes relative to the current data protection regime, GDPR “applies to all companies processing the personal… Read More »

EU Privacy Ruling Creates Legal, Tech Uncertainty

By | October 8, 2015

[UPDATE, Oct. 9: Amadeus statement included. An Oct. 12 BCD Travel statement is here.] Travel and expense management providers don’t expect drastic changes in response to the European Court of Justice’s annulment of a key EU-U.S. data privacy accord. The data will still flow. But they’re attentive to these and similar developments, and thinking about where they may . . . The… Read More »