Standard contractual clauses-issues for Irish (and other EU) companies.

Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs) Issues for Irish Companies

Most EU companies (including, of course, Irish companies) use third party processors in one form or another to undertake data processing for them both in the EU and abroad: for example, online payment providers, email marketing or simply cloud data storage. When personal data is exported to another country the rights and protections imposed by […]

The Privacy Pulse – SCC’s, Cookies and EU Reps what do we need to do?

SCC's, Cookies and EU Reps what do we need to do?

We join The Privacy Pulse and The Data Privacy Advisory Service for a webinar covering the new Standard Contractual Clauses, EU reps and Cookies. Experts, Nigel, Paul, Laura and our very own Gary O’Reilly will disuss a varity of topics. Register today and join us for what’s sure to be an informative and engaging session. Remember that you need […]

UK and Ireland data transfers: ‘Adequacy’ is not the end of the matter

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The European Commission (EC) published a draft UK adequacy decision on the 19 of February 2021, which will come as a huge relief for businesses across all industries in the EU and the UK. Under the terms of the EU and UK trade and cooperation agreement, data transfers were of course permitted to remain unrestricted […]

Impact of Brexit: Privacy and Data Transfers with Seers and SME Comply

Privacy Webinar on Brexit

Impact of Brexit: Privacy & Data Transfers SME Comply – Online Event Seersco is hosting the next privacy webinar on the “Impact of Brexit: Privacy and Data Transfers” with key speakers: Gary O’Reilly from SMEComply and Katie Hewson TOMORROW at 17:00 GMT. You can register here: https://lnkd.in/etKi3YA.The aim of this webinar is to raise awareness about […]

GDPR: The hidden obligation

The GDPR applies to all companies processing the personal data of individuals residing in the EU, regardless of the company’s location, and regardless of whether the processing takes place in the EU or not.

The GDPR applies to all companies processing the personal data of individuals residing in the EU, regardless of the company’s location, and regardless of whether the processing takes place in the EU or not.  No surprise then that UK companies will still have to comply with GDPR after 31 December 2020, if they sell products […]

EU & UK Representative (Article 27 GDPR)

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With only eleven weeks to go before the UK leave the EU with or without a deal, there are a number of practical steps SMEs should consider doing now to help prepare for the transition. 1. Data transfers Do you process any personal data from clients or customers in the EU? If you do not […]

Shop in the Shires: celebrating the two counties local businesses

Shop in the Shires: celebrating the two counties local businesses like SME Comply.

Over the past number of months businesses have been welcoming customers back into their stores after months of closures and hardship, for the local business environment a sense of normality has returned to the area. The Herefordshire & Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce are currently celebrating those businesses that make the two counties great and we’re […]

Bounce back offer

Herefordshire & Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce offer

Take a look at our Chamber members’ bounce-back offer – 10% off all services for a year: hwchamber.co.uk/business/sme-comply-ltd.

From lockdown to open-up – employee issues

From lockdown to open-up – employee issues by SME Comply

On 23rd June 2020 we were told that social distancing was to be reduced from 2m to 1m+ where possible. This relaxation will have a positive effect on the economy as a whole, however, in the short term SME’s will feel quite aggrieved that spending on 2m social distancing signage and other business measures to […]