Brexit : GDPR & Data Protection: What do businesses need to know
The UK faces the prospect of being regarded as a third country when it exits the EU. As a result, the transfer of personal data from organisations within the EU to other organisations in the UK will be subject to strict data transfer rules, as set out by the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). EU organisations will have to ensure their transfers to UK are lawful and that’s not going to be as simple as it is now.
In this presentation, Obi Nwokedi, Managing Partner at Orbital Law will discuss the impact on post Brexit and provide information on what businesses should be paying particular attention to the changes that will be necessary.
Obi has nearly 20 years’ experience advising some of the biggest companies in the world on their most challenging and complex IT and Telecommunications contracts, including advising in the areas of cloud computing, technology consulting, application and software development, systems integration and technology outsourcing. from Orbital Law London: Protected content
He will cover the data transfer from UK to EU; UK to EU (article Protected content and organisation outside the EU (article 27 GDPR)
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