New Russian law for personal data. Are you compliant?

August 7, 2015

New legislation in the Russian Federation will take effect on September 1, 2015. It will require any database, which is used to collect data about Russian citizens, to be located in Russia. New legislation requires personal data of Russian citizens being held on Russian servers Every organization doing business in Russia should prepare for implementation of the new legislation.

Compliance with the law
In order to comply with Federal Law 242-FZ, we are already in the process of setting up physical servers in Russia to collect and store personal data of our clients who are Russian citizens.

More information
Our regulatory and compliance alert contains important information for all Crown clients with offices or staff in the Russian Federation. Please discuss the details of this alert, and your corporate needs, directly with your Crown Account Manager as soon as possible. They will provide you with a clear understanding of how Crown plans to make your organization compliant with the law. Read the regulatory and compliance alert.

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