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A place of cyber safety

Alan Calder assesses how Brexit is likely to affect cyber security in the UK.

Notwithstanding our present government’s position on Brexit and the widespread uncertainty about the exact nature of the UK’s proposed “deep and special partnership” with the EU, there is at least something we can be sure of: if we are to continue doing business with EU organisations after Brexit, we will need to abide by EU cyber and data security laws. What might not be obvious, however, is that we will also need to do so in order to trade with much of the rest of the world, thanks to the scope of EU law.

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