Six BIG changes to expect for compliance in the year ahead

I provide DPO services to EU-based businesses, mostly in the UK but also in Germany. I wonder if I can get paid to move to Munich?…:

[…] As it stands, the UK has no parity agreement in place with EU data regulations when Brexit happens. Without a deal, the UK will become a third country in data privacy terms, generating a huge amount of work for DPOs. They will need to review all data flows and transfers between the UK and EU and ensure compliance with the DPA 2018 and GDPR, devising new policies and strategies to meet requirements. DPOs serving European organisations and residing in the UK will be forced to relocate to maintain their role. This is another talent flight out of the UK that could affect British businesses.

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