Brexit is scheduled to take place in March, and organizations should prepare for a new state of data governance in the U.K. and data transfers in other jurisdictions. The U.K. government published draft legislation last December called the “U.K. GDPR” to define what will happen to standard contractual clauses, binding corporate rules and adequacy decisions. Join the IAPP Feb. 14 for this web conference to hear Bird & Bird Partner and Co-Head of International Data Protection Practice Ruth Boardman and Promontory Senior Principal John Bowman, CIPP/E, CIPM, discuss the “U.K. GDPR” and what it will mean for organizations going forward.
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