Derogations

Performing an international data transfer requires either the receiving country to be deemed adequate or appropriate safeguards to be in place.  When neither of these exist then an organisation needs to look at possible derogations or to halt the data transfer. A derogation is an exception specified within the regulation for transferring data internationally without […]

International Data Transfers

Transferring personal data internationally is deemed higher risk and therefore safeguards, designed to provide the data subject with further protection, must be in place when transferring personal data. The laws of some countries are deemed ‘adequate’ by the EU as they are robust enough to provide the protection to the data subject without further change. […]