Does your organisation transfer personal data internationally? What is an international data transfer agreement (IDTA)? An IDTA is a contractual agreement that governs the transfer of personal data from one country to another. It ensures that the transfer of data complies with the laws of the country in which the data is held, which is of particular importance where the data is transferred from one country where the rules and laws are much stricter, to another country where there are perhaps no laws even in place. We understand that not every organisation will have the knowledge base to deal with such agreements. DPAS provides bespoke, high quality and cost-effective services related to international data transfers. Our team is here to do the hard work for you, ensuring that you can focus on your core business activities.
The specific requirements and legal mechanisms surrounding the use of international data transfers depends on the jurisdiction. Having to remain up to date with data protection laws in other countries places a huge burden on organisations. Outsourcing your compliance issues to us will help ensure your organisation is appropriately tackling complex legal issues, manage risk, and reduce the operational burden placed on your business. Our services include developing Transfer Risk Assesments (TRAs), Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs). UK Addendums, supplier assurance assessments, and International Data Transfer Agreements (IDTAs) for your organisation).
Your work is handled by our experienced and legally qualified team of experts who have hands-on experience dealing with the complications when transferring personal data internationally. We will work closely with you to understand your specific needs and help you achieve compliance and reduce risk.
Our prices start from as little as £1000. get in touch with us today to see if we are the right fit for your organisation.