When: February 11th at 10AM EST/7AM PST/3PM GMT
- Jonathan Armstrong, Partner at Cordery
- André Bywater, Partner at Cordery
- Scott M. Giordano, Esq., V.P., Data Protection, Spirion
Brexit, the U.K.’s departure from the European Union, took place on 31 January 2020. It has produced a substantial amount of uncertainty in nearly every aspect of the relationship between the two parties. Among these uncertainties are how data protection matters will be addressed for personal data that is currently transferring or scheduled to be transferred from the EU to the U.K.
Common questions about this include the degree that GDPR and other data protection-related legislation will apply to U.K.-based organizations, the prospect for an “adequacy” decision by the European Commission, what type of cross-border transfer mechanisms are available, and what changes need to be made to privacy statements.
In this interactive webinar, Jonathan Armstrong and André Bywater will describe post-Brexit scenarios and how to best prepare, whatever the outcome, as well as answer your questions. Issues concerning cybersecurity in the UK will also be addressed.
Key takeaways include:
- Data protection best practices for those conducting business in the U.K.
- Working with your third parties to maintain continuity
- How EU data protection legislation will be enforced
You can secure your seat here:
For more information please contact André Bywater or Jonathan Armstrong who are commercial lawyers with Cordery in London where their focus is on compliance issues.
|Jonathan Armstrong, Cordery, Lexis House, 30 Farringdon Street, London, EC4A 4HH||André Bywater, Cordery, Lexis House, 30 Farringdon Street, London, EC4A 4HH|
|Office: +44 (0)207 075 1784||Office: +44 (0)207 075 1785|