Security experts have been quick to allay worries.
By Michael Hill
After months of speculating, dubious political scaremongering and heated debate the European Union (EU) referendum has come and come, with Britain now confirmed to be cutting its ties with what many view as one of the strongest and most successful multi-national peace initiatives ever.
So, as the dust settles and the realities of the Brexit start to kick in, it has left many in the industry pondering what it means for the future of cybersecurity and privacy governance, with concerns surrounding the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – which will now not directly apply to the UK – a prominent talking point.
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