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Security and GDPR-compliant data protection post Brexit
If businesses place the emphasis on them being prepared for every eventuality, and they are flexible and agile enough to adapt when needed, that will prove to be a far more effective plan of action, writes Anne Hardy, CISO of cloud data business Talend.
Updated August 17, 2021 / Original August 17, 2021
By Anne Hardy
August 17, 2021 | 9:19 PM BST
Recently, the continued flow of data between the EU and UK has been approved, which will come as a relief to many businesses, but Cyber Security Officers (CSOs) and information security teams on both sides of the channel will still need to handle several challenges in a new era in data management.
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