“In a digital era, privacy must be a priority”.
Coming from legal, IT, financial and senior business backgrounds, our expert team comprises those with a unique mix of project management skills and a solid, in-depth knowledge of data compliance and GDPR.
Team members have experience of working with both large, complex organisations and SMEs helping them on their journey to compliance. View our Data Protection and Compliance Team here.
GDPR Readiness Assessment (Gap Analysis)
|Completed Questionnaire||Assess the current state of compliance within the organisation|
|10 Step Assessment||An assessment based on the ten necessary steps towards full compliance|
|Gap Analysis||Ranked by risk containing actionable steps for remediation|
|GDPR Readiness Assessment Report||This serves as a guidance handbook|
Evaluation of Operational & IT Controls
|‘Privacy by Design’||Introduce and embed the idea of ‘privacy by design’ into operational and IT controls|
|Bridge the Gaps||Bridge the compliance gaps that have been identified in the readiness assessment|
|Mitigate the Risks||Mitigate any risks that have been identified in the readiness assessment and data mapping exercises|
|Cyber Audit||Provide management with an assessment of the effectiveness of the cyber security processes and activities|
Data Protection Impact Assessments
Used to identify and mitigate against any data protection related risks that may arise from a new project, procedure or activity.
Data Processing on Behalf of 3rd Parties
Identify when an organisation is regarded as a data controller and when a data processor; and clarifying each parties responsibilities and cooperation procedures for access requests and breaches. Additionally, we can provide guidance on the necessary security measures and perform comprehensive due diligence on third parties
In the event of a Data Breach, our team will be available for on-the-spot advise on how to handle the situation.
Training programme aimed at raising awareness among staff and ensuring they are aware of policies/procedures and their obligations under GDPR.
- Know and understand why data protection is important
- Understand GDPR terminology
- Understand the organisation’s obligations to individuals
- Appreciate the legal basis for processing personal data
- Be aware of the consequences of failure
- Identifying key changes
- Understanding individual’s rights
- Legal basis for processing
- Conducting a data audit
- Creating a data protection compliance plan
- Raising staff awareness
- Awareness of liabilities and penalties