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GDPR
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Meeting GDPR Regulation in your Organisation

Everything you need to adhere with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).  

With our in-depth expertise and years’ of experience designing and implementing data security strategies, we are ideally placed to help you deliver your GDPR compliance programme.  

Use our GDPR Virtual Assist tool to audit your operations and fully understand the data you collect, process, share, and store and demonstrate accountability in the protection of sensitive and confidential personal data.  

Working with private, public and not-for-profit organisations, our clients trust us to protect their sensitive and confidential data and to tailor a solution that works for them.  

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GDPR Virtual Assist

Quickly audit, resolve and evidence GDPR compliance in your organisation with GDPR Virtual Assist, our proven online framework that takes you through a step by step process of reviewing your operations and make it easier to plan and comply with GDPR.

 

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GDPR Services

  • In-house training to educate leadership teams, line managers, and employees on their obligations when overseeing operations and managing personal data.
  • Expert consultancy services to help you prepare and adhere with GDPR with straighforward advice, and intuitive user tools to audit processes, bridge gaps, and evidence your processes.
  • Policy and procedure writing so your workforce fully understand their rights as individuals and the operating procedures to adopt, where personal data is collected, processed and stored.
  • Data Protection Officer services for organisations that process large volumes of data, are public bodies, or that process data relating to criminal offences.
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Do I need a Data Protection Officer?

  • You may need to appoint someone to the role of Data Protection Officer if you are processing large volumes of data, are a public body, or process data relating to criminal offences.
  • The role of a Data Protection Officer has three main components
  • To inform and advise the organisation and its employees about their obligations to comply with the GDPR and other data protection laws.
  • To monitor compliance with the GDPR and other data protection laws.
  • To be the first point of contact for supervisory authorities and for individuals whose data is processed, for example, employees and customers.

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