The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force in May 2018, in order to strengthen and unify data protection for individuals within the European Union (EU) and address the export of personal data outside the EU.
Whatever your size, and whichever sector you operate in, this legislation is going to transform the security culture within your business. In order to comply with these new standards, you will have to reassess how you collect, store, process and share personal data.
Preparing for GDPR will be no mean feat. But if done in a logical manner with the correct knowledge, we see GDPR as an enabler to business, helping you streamline processes and boost efficiency, which in turn will have a positive impact on your bottom line.
We’ve got compliance nailed. Our ultra secure facilities offer a superior starting point from which to build your systems and ensure adherence to these strict standards. From internal processes to supply chain management, the technology you use and your security posture, our specialists are on hand to help you achieve auditable compliance and support you on an on-going basis.
Key changes following GDPR:
Organisations are currently in varying stages of readiness for GDPR. You may be unaware of how the regulation will affect you, or you may be well on your way to achieving compliance.
We’re here to support you on every stage of the compliance journey, through initial assessments; gap analysis of planned or implemented controls; and a full range of GDPR focused services including:
• Data mapping
• Supply chain audits
• Incident response
• Privacy impact assessments
• Training and awareness
• Virtual Data Protection Officer
We have over a decade of experience in deploying compliant, secure systems and have established methodologies allowing us to meet the most rigorous of standards and compliance regulations. Together with our in-house Data Protection Officer, our team will work with you to help prepare for these changes and take the necessary steps towards ensuring full GDPR compliance.
GDPR has shone a spotlight on the way that personal data is collected, stored and processed, and by whom. But this doesn’t mean that compliance has to be the arduous tick-box exercise. In fact, going through the process of becoming GDPR compliant can be massively beneficial and act as an enabler for businesses to work smarter. Find out why we think GDPR should be treated as an opportunity, rather than a chore.Download
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (Regulation (EU) 2016/679) is a new regulation by which the European Commission intends to strengthen and unify data protection for individuals within the European Union (EU). It will replace the 1995 Data Protection Directive on 25 May 2018.Download