Data Protection – the implications of Brexit - Webinar
VIEW LIVE from 1-2pm on 3rd November
At the end of the transition period when EU laws no longer apply in the UK, it intends to bring its own version of the GDPR into force. Transfers of personal data between organisations in the EAA and organisations based in the UK are likely to become trickier as the UK becomes a “third country” under EU law and with an adequacy agreement looking very unlikely. The recent decision in the case of Schrems II has made the situation even more complex.
This webinar will consider the following questions:
who needs to be concerned about data protection compliance and Brexit?
what are the data protection issues for UK controllers to consider when transferring out of the UK?
what does that mean for UK controllers who want to transfer personal data from the EEA and beyond, back to the UK?
what is the impact on processers in the UK and in the EEA?
what impact has the Schrems II decision had on international transfer safeguards?
what long term issues could arise going forward as the UK develops its own data protection rules?