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SCC Tool for International Data Transfers

Use our SCC Tool to automatically generate Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs) tailored to your international transfer of personal data.

On June 4, 2021, the European Commission published updated Standard Contractual Clauses (“new SCCs”) for transfers of personal data to recipients outside the EEA.

The new SCCs contain four “modules” that impose different rights and obligations on contracting parties depending on whether they are controllers or processors. Our Hogan Lovells SCC tool helps you to tailor the SCCs to your particular transfer in just a few steps.

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Spotlight on SCCs for International Data Transfers

On 4 June 2021, the European Commission adopted new SCCs to enable lawful transfers of personal data to countries outside the EEA. The new SCCs take into account the CJEU's Schrems II decision by including specific provisions on government access requests in the recipient country (see our blog post for details).

Unlike the existing sets of SCCs, which included two different versions (controller to controller and controller to processor), the new SCCs adopt a modular concept that cater to various transfer scenarios:

Controller to controller transfers;

Controller to processor transfers;

Processor to processor transfers; and

Processor to controller transfers.

The Hogan Lovells SCC Tool helps to select the appropriate module(s) and adjust the SCCs as applicable to your data transfer(s).

The Hogan Lovells SCC Tool

Built by our market-leading privacy and data protection lawyers to incorporate all modules of the new SCCs

Accessible 24/7 through our custom-built and easy-to-use interface

The tool will ask you some simple questions about your transfer and will then generate the required core clauses

Download the generated document immediately and re-use the tool as often as you like

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Eduardo Ustaran

Partner, London

Henrik Hanssen

Counsel, Hamburg

Paula García

Senior Associate, London

Filippo Raso

Associate, Washington D.C.

Laur Badin

Senior Associate, Madrid

Nicholas Westbrook

Associate, London