Brexit heightens cyber-risk; implications for data transfer in the absence of an adequacy agreement

Processing EU members' PI gets complicated once the UK becomes a 'third country'; its only allowed if 'deemed adequate', or 'appropriate safeguards' applied. This process took New Zealand 4 years.

by Alan Calder

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