24% of UK businesses have stopped preparations for EU Data Protection Regulations
Around a quarter of firms have cancelled their preparations for the incoming regulation because they believe it will not apply after Brexit.
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR) is a group of rules designed to coordinate data protection laws across Europe.
The EU GDPR has been years in the making but has now been ratified by the UK. It is due to take effect in May 2018.
This is likely before the Brexit process is complete. The process, beginning with the triggering of Article 50 this week, will...