The General Data Protection Regulation comes into effect in all 28 EU Member States on the 18th of May 2018.
What does GDPR mean for your organization? Do you have to take any actions? Are you ready to make the changes? What are the first steps you can take today?
Get the information and the solutions you need below.
GDPR is a bundle of regulations designed to increase the responsibility and accountability of personal data administrators.
In practice, however, it gets a bit more complicated.
New procedures to enable data deletion and transfer and the right to be forgotten.
New rules for acquiring customer consent to process and store data.
Requirement for data to be mobile and subject to transfer.
Mandatory periodical risk assessment.
Systems must be engineered to enable privacy “by design” and privacy “by default”.
Mandatory reporting of data breaches and security incidents within 72 hours.
Personal data must now include IP address, cookies, etc.
A new position in corporate hierarchy.
A lot needs to change. As far as personal data goes, an organization now has to take responsibility, provide reports, and announce results in a transparent way.
For organizations, a clear picture is gradually emerging.
We condensed the problem to: “We need a big enough budget and the right talent to be able to offset the GDPR risks in time.”
So, what is the solution?
We created a centralized cyber security zone which allows users to quickly unlock enterprize data protection services through a flexible SECaS model.
We provide a truly end-to-end service for GDPR compliance starting with Initial Assessment steps (GAP), Risk and Cost/Benefit analyses, followed by solution design and implementation, certification, and operations steps.
We determine where the gaps in GDPR compliance are through dataflow and internal process analysis.
We analyze the cost vs benefits alongside an assessment of risks and solutions.
We determine the necessary organizational changes and technological solutions and then implement them.
After certification, we provide comprehensive maintenance and operations for the data.