On 29 October 2020, the European Data Protection Supervisor (“EDPS”) issued its “Strategy for Union institutions, offices, bodies and agencies to comply with the ‘Schrems II’ Ruling” (the “Strategy”). The aim of the Strategy is to monitor and ensure the compliance of EU Institutions, bodies, offices and agencies (“EUIs”) with the Schrems II decision. It is important to note therefore that this Strategy does not apply to corporate organisations, or non-EU institutions, but it does provide a useful insight for all organisations as to the views of the EDPS with respect to international transfers of personal data. The question is, how far will EU data protection authorities follow suit? Will they take a similarly strict stance towards international transfers as discussed below?