After 30th December 2020, the Brexit transition period will end. This has implications for the transfer of personally identifiable information (PII) out of the EU/EEA to the UK.
What happens after 1 January?
If an adequacy decision is not reached, any organisation receiving EU/EEA Personal Data will need to document Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs) in order to demonstrate adherence to the EU GDPR. Additionally, many organisations will need to ensure they are in compliance with both the DPA 2018 and the GDPR.
Where do you start?
You should ensure that your business is meeting ICO’s expectations in relation to data protection accountability and determine if you’ll need Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs) in the place by 1 January 2020.
Book a Complimentary one hour video/conference call with a DPA & GDPR expert
- A free assessment of your current programme
- What does adequacy and SCCs mean to your organisation?
- Answers to your pressing data protection questions
- Practical advice and guidance from a consultant (not a salesperson)
- Summary of the assessment