Author(s): Frank Suttie
Publication date: Oct 2020
Format: A4 Softback
With the United Kingdom’s exit from the EU now confirmed, this new Special Report provides a practical explanation of data protection laws as they will exist in a post-EU environment. GDPR will cease to have effect but substitute legislation will ensure that the UK remains a safe territory for personal data.
Data Protection: The Post-GDPR Landscape takes the reader through the key principles of data protection law providing practical explanations of the scope of UK legislation and how to assure compliance with the law.
Chapters within the publication will cover:
- the overarching duty of accountability;
- demonstrating transparency under data protection law;
- the legal duties of a data controller including steps to take when instructing processing;
- the legal duties of a data processor;
- developing and managing data protection governance policies and procedures;
- data subject rights and how to respond;
- international personal data transfers;
- conducting data privacy impact assessments;
- personal data in legal proceedings and governmental powers impacting upon personal data;
- profiling using personal data and the law;
- securing personal data and addressing cyber risks;
- data breaches – how to react and respond; and
- looking forward – noteworthy emerging trends and issues.
Each subject will be developed in a practical manner with illustrative case studies and with references to relevant case law.
This Special Report will be of interest to in-house counsel, individuals responsible for personal data management and governance including data protection officers and all with responsibility for data systems and infrastructure at a senior level.