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UK-EU infosec data sharing may not be KO'd by Brexit, reckons ENISA bod


Who's in charge?

The main issue would be, as far as I see it, remediation, If the UK is allowed to maintain the same data relationship with the EU, what happens if that relationship is taken advantage of by the UK, against EU rules. Since the governmment is adamant that they will nor be beholden to any EU judicial body or any sort of joint oversight, it is hard to see how a data sharing framework could be managed and policed

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