From the 21 March, the UK IDTA (including the Addendum to the EU standard contractual clauses) will come into force in the UK provided that no objections are raised by UK Parliament. If you are concluding contracts that involve the transfer of personal data from the UK to third countries that trigger the application of the UK GDPR (and also the EU GDPR in certain circumstances), you will be able to use the UK IDTA and the Addendum respectively.
Join our international data transfer specialists to understand the practical and organisational steps you will need to take when using the UK IDTA and Addendum.
Monday 28th March, 2:00pm – 3:00pm (GMT)
During the session they will consider:
- The timelines for when organisations will need to implement the UK IDTA and/or Addendum;
- The structure and content of the UK IDTA and Addendum;
- The points to consider when deciding whether to use the UK IDTA or the Addendum;
- The obligations, risks and liabilities the UK IDTA and Addendum create for your business;
- How to incorporate the UK IDTA and Addendum into your template data processing clauses;
- The practical and organisational measures you will need to have in place to support your reliance on the UK IDTA and Addendum;
- How to practically undertake Transfer Impact Assessments to determine the Supplemental Measures you may need to apply to secure transfers;
- What the IDTA and Addendum mean for existing data transfers utilising the old standard contractual clauses; and
- How to approach repapering suppliers and partners with the new IDTA and Addendum.