The Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) includes a temporary solution to keep data flowing between the EU and the UK until a data adequacy decision is reached.
Whether your organisation stores or sends personal, confidential or any kind of sensitive information digitally, or provides an online service, you are duty-bound to safeguard its security. Under the TCA, both sides have committed to upholding high levels of data protection standards. But what does this mean and how do you ensure integrity?
Our data protection specialists know the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and its cross-border implications inside out. We can analyse your systems for you, manage policies and procedures, and bring you up to standard. If you have competence in-house, you can use our compliance portal with its real-time dashboard to certify your organisation. Or our Data Protection Officers can work with your Data Controller.
If you are considering an audit of your overall cybersecurity, you are in good company. Our data protection specialists are all about tethering your clouds, streams, zips and flows.
The TCA commits the UK and the EU to upholding common high standards ensuring the protection of labour and social standards, environmental protection and tax transparency. For exporters of good, how do you prove they are acceptable for sale in the EU? Is it the manufacturer or the importer who is responsible for product safety, conformity assessment and labelling? If you operate in the car, pharmaceutical, chemical, aerospace and agri-food sectors, what specific actions do you need to take?
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