GDPR Compliance

GDPR is here to stay. We will make sure your business follows suit:

  • GAP ANALYSIS
    We identify the gaps between your company and GDPR’s requirements

    To make sure you are completely on the safe side of the regulation, you would need to fully understand your data inventory, map out processes and look for gaps between your current procedures and their regulation-complient version.

    Except you don’t have to – we will do this for you.

    Through careful analysis carried out by regulation compliance experts, we make sure you are as GDPR-ready as possible. Let us make sure that you’re legally impeccable and give you a good reason to rest easy amid these turbulent changes.

    What you get:

    Legal and organizational (GAP) analysis

    - Complete analysis of the personal data you operate with and the way it is processed;
    - Analysis of third party personal data exchange, including agreements;
    - Analysis of roles and responsibilities regarding personal data processing;
    - Analysis of personal data-related procedures, working instructions etc.

    Technological audit and analysis

    - We identify structured and unstructured flaws of personal data;
    - We identify risks related to activities, processes, technical measures and devices;
    - Analysis of security measures inside your organization’s IT infrastructure;
    - Analysis of personal data-related internal procedures, instructions, regulations etc.;
    - Analysis of the process of reporting, reacting to incidents and gathering evidence.

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  • GDPR COMPLIANCE PLANNING
    Your customers won’t even notice it if you plan carefully

    How you approach GDPR compliance depends on the specifics of your organization abd many external factors. All approaches can be grouped under only two labels – those that work and those that don’t.

    What we offer you is not a plan that just works. It is a plan that works for you - completely custom tailored to your activities and specific procedures. Outlined in an efficiently systematized way and easy to follow.

  • ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGES FOR GDPR COMPLIANCE. TECHNICAL MEASURES IMPLEMENTATION
    Nothing works more effectively than a tried and true technical solution

    We can help you for your legal compliance implementation but it should be obvious to you that technology is our passion and thus our strongest suit.

    Choosing the right software or hardware solution for your infrastructure strongly depends on how you intend to use it. Many of the products out there might be too much or not enough for you. To save you the cost of both scenarios, we’ll pick the right ones and then install and configure them.

    What you get:

    - Establishment of methodology for risk assessment in personal data processing;
    - Establishment of compliance with GDPR
    - Establishment of internal rules and policies for information classification;
    - Establishment of IT procedures for improving personal data security and GDPR compliance;
    - Analysis of security monitoring tools and suggest improvement;
    - Check and Analysis of the ability to encrypt, anonymize/pseudonymize and backup data;
    - Custom procedures for reporting personal data violations based on your needs;
    - Staff trainings.


  • DPO AS A SERVICE
    An expert is waiting to tackle your problems

    You can probably name a few types of data that are important to you – financial records, intellectual property and much more. To help you keep it safe, we will help you achieve compliance with globally recognized data protection standards – ISO/IEC 27001.

    Through this process you will not only build a safer, less risk-prone environment but you will also improve your reputation. Complying to an internationally acknowledged protection standard is a sure sign of reliability that your partners and customers will recognize.

    What your DPO as a service does:

    - Informs, advises and gives recommendations in the field of data protection;
    - Takes part in staff trainings;
    - Advises on personal data protection;
    - Communicates with data subjects;

     


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