If you are a UK business or organisation that already complies with the GDPR and you have no contacts in the EEA who send you data, and no customers in the EEA, you do not need to do much to prepare for data protection after Brexit.

  • Your best preparation for data protection after Brexit is to comply with the GDPR now.
  • The UK is committed to maintaining the high standards of the GDPR and the government plans to incorporate it into UK law alongside the Data Protection Act 2018 after Brexit.
  • Make sure you review your privacy information and documentation to identify any minor changes that need to be made after Brexit.