The UK government’s consultation on reforming data protection, launched on 9 September, sets out a radically different framework for data protection than GDPR. From re-orientating the Information Commissioner’s Office to new ways for businesses to process data, these far-reaching reforms are set to have a significant impact on business.
Although the plans have been announced in consultation and not every proposal may make it into law, the direction of travel has been clear for some time. The UK plans to make it much easier for most businesses to use data, and get the most from data, while still ensuring strong levels of protection.
In this short video, our Director of Learning and Content takes us through what the potential changes are and how they might affect the way we process data.