How to secure your data transfers post Brexit ?


Join us on

May 26

From 10:00 to 11:00 am (UK hour)


Wondering if your data storage & transfers are compliant? Join this webinar for a post-Brexit update. We are now in a final transition period for personal data transfers from the EU to the UK, ending 30 June 2021. After that, the UK will be subject to GDPR restrictions as a "third country". Join our experts for a guide to post-Brexit data transfers: Can you carry on sending personal data to your suppliers and group companies? What would an "adequacy decision" mean for you? Should you be using SCCs or BCRs? Do you need to encrypt or pseudonymise your data? What other technical solutions can help you to remain complaint?


Violetta Janciuke – CISSP

IT Security Senior Consultant-Manager, U-Need UK

As an experienced IT security consultant with a degree in Economics, Violetta uses her IT technical skills and her knowledge of economics to deliver effective IT security solutions that achieve business goals while meeting relevant regulatory requirements and security best practices.  Violetta is currently working as U-Need IT Security consultant on Airbus IT Security management projects. Prior to joining U-Need as an IT Security Senior Consultant, Violetta worked in leading UK Banking institutions as an IT security expert, implementing critical cyber security systems. Violetta has also previously worked for Lithuanian Government institutions on Lithuania-EU IT systems integrations.

Nicholas Cullen

Partner, Data Protection, Altij Law Firm

Qualified to practice in England and France, Nicholas advises clients on a wide range of GDPR compliance issues. An expert on data protection law, Nicholas has a particular focus on questions of international data transfers, both within multinational groups and between commercial partners, as well as the impact of data protection on M&A operations. Nicholas regularly lectures and publishes articles on questions of personal data protection in France and Europe and teaches on GDPR courses at Dauphine University in Paris and Tunis and the Toulouse Bar School (EDASOP). Before joining Altij, Nicholas worked in the Paris office of a leading US law firm and in London for a leading UK firm.


How to join the debate ?

Join the debate on Zoom on May 26