Audits Tailored for Your Business
HELPING YOU IMPLEMENT THE NEW DATA PROTECTION REGULATIONS
The European Union (EU) made an effect across the globe with passage of the GDPR in May 2016. When it goes into effect on May 25, 2018, all companies—including international firms—doing business with individuals located in EU member nation territory must conform with the law’s extensive provisions.
Failure to act swiftly to prepare for the regulation could have severe consequences including the following:
- your organization’s bottom line,
- customer relationships and
- brand image.
GDPR Compliance Audit
We will work with you to capture and document your compliance position using our methodology and our auditing methods.
Identify the gaps
Once the process is finished you will know what your compliance gaps are and how they should be dealt with, putting forward a clear set of suggestions.
What will audit service include?
- Cover all of the areas of GDPR and define their relevance to your business.
- Make every effort to elicit all the essential information from the suitable areas of your business to complete the audit in the least number of visits.
- Outline what the next steps should be at the end of the audit period.
- Provide a full report which shows where your business stands with reference to the General Data Protection Regulation and what steps need to be taken to be fully compliant.
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In-depth of the services we provide
We are able to assist our clients to ensure full compliance with the GDPR. Our services can be typically divided into the following:
- Gap-Analysis – The first stage involves a thorough analysis of the client’s organization in order to determine the personal data being processed and identify any gaps in complying with the GDPR.
- Getting in Line – On the basis of the Gap-Analysis report, we will prepare a remediation roadmap for all areas which were deemed not to be fully compliant with the GDPR.
- Tailored Services – Depending on the client’s organization and the processing being carried out, the GDPR may necessitate the preparation and drafting of a data inventory and a Privacy Impact Assessment.
- Legal Assistance and ongoing support – We are able to provide ongoing legal assistance and support, such as review and drafting of agreements. Furthermore, a training programme which increases awareness of the GPDR and its implication can also be organised.
- Training – We are able to train your staff in order for them to understand and put into practice the GDPR.
- Data Protection Officer - Since employing a full time privacy expert might be too expensive, Article 29 Working Party Guidelines on Data Protection Officers, provides that the appointed Data Protection Officer can be a company or another organisation. We are also able to provide this service.
Read the following Guest Post by Neil Kelley, Head of Litigation at Griffin Law UK, about the Measures to consider in time for the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”). 21 Law can facilitate GDPR audits or advice in the United Kingdom through Griffin Law.