Like many other companies that operate globally, Rapid7 has been preparing for Brexit. This preparation has included updates designed to assist customers to continue receiving our solutions and services, as well as transferring data, without interruption. At this time, Rapid7 will continue to operate as normal and no action is required on the part of our customers. For more specific information please see the statement below.
As part of our dedication to customer success, Rapid7 has undertaken preparations to ensure that it can continue to transfer data internationally with minimal disruption. Rapid7 has updated its Data Processing Addendum (“DPA”) to incorporate Standard Contractual Clauses (“SCCs”) to enable customer data flows between the UK and the European Economic Area (“EEA”), as well as between the UK and non-EEA countries, even if the UK does not receive an “adequacy decision” by the European Commission. For more information on how Rapid7 is responding to the evolving legal requirements regarding international data transfers, please refer to the Rapid7 statement on privacy and status of EU-US data transfers post-Schrems II.
As an organization with offices and users in the UK and worldwide, Rapid7 is continuing to monitor the situation around Brexit closely, and will update our compliance mechanisms as needed based on the outcome of ongoing negotiations between the UK and EU.
On January 31, 2020, the UK formally left the EU, otherwise known as “Brexit”. Following Brexit, the UK entered a transition period which ends on December 31, 2020 (the "Transition Period"). During the Transition Period, EU laws will continue to apply in the UK (including GDPR). After the Transition Period, the compliance requirements for personal data transfers from the EEA to UK may change.
Transfers during the transition period:
Transfers after the transition period:
By incorporating SCCs, and other safeguards, Rapid7 is prepared for a range of the potential Brexit scenarios that may be realized. For information on Rapid7’s data protection safeguards, please visit our Trust page, and for questions about Rapid7 and Brexit, please email email@example.com.