fbpx

Free tools and resources for Data Protection Officers!

Irish Data Protection Advisory Releases Guidance on Data Consequences following ‘No Deal Brexit’

Guidance on what should happen with transfers of personal data to and from the United Kingdom, including Northern Ireland, following a possible ‘no deal’ Brexit has been published by the Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC).

The organisation warned that Irish and Irish-based companies that manage private personal data will be required to ensure data being transferred to the UK is done so lawfully following a possible March 29 date the UK leaving the European Union. From that date, in the event of no exit deal being agreed, the UK must be treated as any other non-EU State and would not enjoy the existing free movement of data that it currently does.

Full article: Irish Data Protection Advisory Releases Guidance on Data Consequences following ‘No Deal Brexit’ – Compliance Junction

>