Webinar – The Exemption Party is Over – bringing embedded networks into the national framework

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In this Compliance Quarter free webinar, founder Connor James, is joined by Alex Silcock to look at the recent news developments that will mean the end of exemptions and what this means for embedded networks and the national framework.

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