- Review organisational readiness
- Identify gaps in the organisation’s approach to privacy and data protection
- Develop an action plan for compliance
- Minimise risks associated with a lack of compliance with the forthcoming EU GDPR
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is being implemented by the European Commission in May 2018 to further improve data protection laws. GDPR will apply to any organisation which has an economic interest within the EU or uses Personal Identifiable Information (PII) of any EU citizen. This will make it easier for individuals to make private claims regarding their data privacy and the way their information has been handled by organisations.
Readiness Review and Gap Analysis
Through a combination of client workshops, information transfer, observational reviews and conducting or viewing the output from technical assessments, our consultants will conduct an extensive assessment of the organisation’s approach to data privacy and the protection of personal information. The assessment will take into account policies, processes, procedures, the legal and regulatory environment and physical and logical security controls.
The output from the assessment shall be a report containing an initial management summary describing the key findings of the review, including any root cause analysis. The report shall progress to a narrative description of the assessment that was conducted and provide a series of recommendations and accompanying action plan that details key tasks and milestones to support organisational compliance.
Our consultants can work with you as you progress toward compliance with GDPR compliance. We can tailor the necessary time required to fit your requirements, ranging from a weekly calls or onsite meetings to support your internal privacy teams, through to acting as your internal Data Protection Officer.
Call us on 01242 652100 for an initial free consultation and scoping call or request a datasheet using the form below or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.