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Data Protection Steps Required as the Brexit Transition Ends

Brexit Data Protection

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. To get around this the UK plans to reach an adequacy agreement with the EU so that things can continue pretty much as they are. By incorporating […]

Data Protection Officer Questions – Answered by a DPO

There are many questions around why a Data Protection Officer (DPO) is needed and what their role is in an organisation. In this post, I’ll answer common questions that have been asked by organisations seeking to comply with the GDPR and DPA and from those looking to take on a DPO role. What is the […]

Data Protection: What Constitutes ‘Evidence of Compliance?’

Data Protection

Are you fully compliant to the GDPR and DPA 2018? Can you prove it? Want to learn more on how to ensure evidence of compliance? If so, this webinar is for you.   Register for the webinar: Data Protection: What Constitutes ‘Evidence of Compliance?’ The session covers: Data protection due diligence. How much is enough? […]

Would you trust an MP with your data? [DPA Compliance]

a photograph of the houses of parliament with cartoon speech bubbles saying "you stole my data" "no I didn't" this relates to non DPA compliance in parliament

This week’s missive contains as Ben Elton used to say, “a little bit of politics..” It seems you can’t get away from the deluge of political commentary at present and we apologise if we appear to be adding to the general maelstrom of opinion. It’s not our intention, it’s just that a current political story happens to […]

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