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Data Protection, Cybersecurity and Brexit

On 23rd June 2016, 51.9% of the British population voted to leave the European Union (EU). Almost a year later, Article 50 was triggered by the government, setting in motion the procedures for the UK’s exit from the EU.  After a two year negotiation process, and much uncertainty, the Brexit deadline is set for 31st October 2019. How will this deadline affect your business’ data? What should you be doing in the months leading up to the deadline to best protect your data, remain compliant with the GDPR and stay as safe as possible from cybercriminals? UKFast breaks down Brexit in terms of data protection and security, providing expert advice on how you can prepare and clarifying the facts around Brexit’s effect on your organisation’s data.

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The future of the relationship between the UK and the EU is uncertain and concerning for many UK businesses. One thing you have control over is where your data is stored, to whom it is accessible and how it is handled. 

Get to grips with data protection in line with life after the EU, and get expert guidance on how best to secure your sensitive information as the deadline looms closer. 

Download the whitepaper now to learn what you can do to secure and protect your data from the uncertainty surrounding the adequacy of UK data laws, following the Brexit deadline on 31st October 2019.