This page presents an overview of instructions and guidance for small practices to prepare for Brexit.
Find out how Brexit may affect data issues.
The UK government and the European Commission have published guidance to help understand the potential implications of Brexit. Our guide helps you find these resources and navigate through them.
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Whether we stay or leave the EU, data protection remains an important concern for organisations. Dr Sam De Silva explains the steps needed to ensure you’re on top of things.
Guidance on when and how the personal data of EU and UK data subjects can be transferred to the US pre and post Brexit.
The lead negotiators for the UK and the EU have agreed a withdrawal agreement that would provide for a transitional period until December 2020, as well as a political declaration on the framework for a future relationship thereafter. Both need to be formally adopted.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force on 25 May 2018. It applies to everyone trading within the EEA (including UK individuals and organisations).
All organisations that collect, store or process personal information on living and identifiable people must comply with the Data Protection Act 2018. Additional resources can be found on the GDPR (now the Data Protection Act 2018 in the UK) here, icaew.com/gdpr
Practical guidance, commentary and support on IT infrastructure.
Resources covering data analytics and big data, data handling, data protection and GDPR, and data presentation.
Examining what boards and senior managers must do to meet their obligations under GDPR.