The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is now in full force and applies to all UK organisations.
The GDPR applies to both automated personal data and to manual filing systems where personal data is accessible per specific criteria. The aim of the new regulation is to reshape the way businesses approach personal data, including how we use it, interact with it, and store it.
Maximum penalties of 4% annual global turnover or up to £20 million Euros – whichever is higher – will apply to all businesses if they suffer an information breach.
The process of adhering to the regulation means that businesses will need to analyse their current systems, and start making changes to reach compliance.
We understand that businesses often don’t possess the time or expertise to make these changes, which is where we can offer our GDPR audit.
The GDPR audit consists of doing a gap analysis which is divided into 2 stages:
A review which will look for evidence of compliance in:
GDPR requires board level awareness and recognition of responsibilities from a legal and financial perspective.
Once the gap analysis has been carried out by our expert team, we can then help you form a strategy and solution for maintaining compliance. Solutions that we offer at this stage include:
We can deliver one or all of these solutions, depending on what your requirements are; whether that be your time scale, budget, or simply what is most suitable to the size of your business.