GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) as proposed by the European Commission was proposed to promote data protection for all individual residing in the European Union (EU). This a new EU Regulation significantly enhances the protection of the personal data of EU citizens and increases the accountability of organisations who collect or process personal data of EU citizens. The regulation built many requirements for data privacy and security, and adds harsher penalties for violations.
The primary objective of the GDPR is to give citizens back control of their personal data. If you control or process the data of EU citizens and based in or outside of the EU, the GDPR will apply to you.
Under the GDPR, if your organization suffers a breach of information assets related to EU citizen, the entity would be charged heftily and would need to notify the local data protection authority and potentially the owners of the breached records resulting in loss of reputation
GDPR Readiness Check Questionnaires
Readiness check questionnaires, help one to understand your current GDPR readiness often, providing an insight to whether data is at risk or not.
GDPR Gap Analysis
To be certain about how much you are in compliance with GDPR,, we conduct Gap Analysis to get a detailed assessment that will show your organization’s current GDPR compliance position, and a remediation plan to address the gaps and risks.
GDPR Data Flow Audit
We then proceed with the data flow audit. The organization should formulate a date flow map and inventory of the personal data held and shared,.in case, one is not sure what personal data and where it resides.
On-site audit will help determine whether the conclusions drawn from the questionnaires are aligned with the ground reality. Regular audits helps to assure continued preparedness.
Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA)
All new processes introduced in time, need to undergo assessment for data protection risks associated with them and a remediation plan to mitigate those risks.