“If your organisation shares personal data with organisations in the European Economic Area (EEA), you will need to take steps to ensure you continue to comply with data protection laws if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.” Department for Exiting the European Union.

Although the government is still hoping to deliver a ‘negotiated deal’ with the EU it is also “accelerating” no-deal preparations.

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If the UK exits the EU UK on 29 March 2019 without a deal the UK would still be subject to the GDPR but as of 30 March 2019, the UK would become a "third country".

One of the ways in which personal data can be lawfully exported to a third country is by what is called an an 'adequacy decision' from the European Commission.

Argentina, Canada, Switzerland and many other countries already have been recognised as  providing adequate protection but there is little chance that UK will have been deemed 'adequate' by the European Commission by 30 March 2019!

The Information Commissioners Office (ICO) has said; ‘an assessment of adequacy can only take place once the UK has left the EU. These assessments and negotiations have usually taken many months.’ 

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BREXIT BRIEFING AGENDA

Amid the chaos and confusion, organisations of all sizes are looking for; guidance, information and advice on specific data protection rules and regulations.

All businesses operating in the EEA should consider whether they need to take action now. Our in-depth agenda will help organisations understand the potential outcomes and challenges on the horizon.

BREXIT BRIEFING

BREXIT BRIEFING
Opening Remarks from Brexit Briefing Chair
09:00  to  09:10

Ivana Bartoletti, Privacy Lead, Gemserv

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Brexit: Where are we now?
09:10  to  09:40

Eleonor Duhs, Director, Technology, Outsourcing and Privacy, Fieldfisher

BREXIT BRIEFING
Implications of a no deal: UK as a third country
09:40  to  10:10

Linda Bazant, Brexit and GDPR Consultant, Barrister

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Coffee & Networking Break
10:10  to  10:40
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Panel: Cross-border Transfers of Personal Data
10:40  to  11:25

Facilitator: Ivana Bartoletti, Privacy Lead, Gemserv

Panelists:

Linda Bazant, Brexit and GDPR Consultant and Barrister
Eleonor Duhs, Director, Technology, Outsourcing and Privacy, Fieldfisher
Anthony Lee, Partner, DMH Stallard

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Article 27: Appointing an EU Representative
11:25  to  12:05

Abigail Dubiniecki, Specialist, My Inhouse Lawyer

BREXIT BRIEFING
Speaking Session TBD
12:05  to  12:35

Kwame Opoku-Addo AMBCS, Business Change Analyst, Government Legal Department

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Lunch Break & Networking
12:35  to  13:35
BREXIT BRIEFING
Exit Regulations: what this means for controllers and processors
13:35  to  14:05

Hellen Beveridge, Privacy Lead, Data Oversight

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The EU's Perspective on Brexit and Data Protection
14:05  to  14:35

Ian West - EVP and COO- GDPR Associates, Member of the Advisory Board - The GDPR Institut

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Coffee Break & Networking
14:35  to  15:05
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Panel: Potential Ramifications of Brexit on Marketing and Advertising Data Processes
15:05  to  15:50

Facilitator: Tim Flagg, Founder, Advantageous

Panelists: 
Hellen Beveridge, Privacy Lead, Data Oversight

More TBC

BREXIT BRIEFING
Brexit Briefing Wrap-up
15:50  to  16:00
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