General Data Protection Regulation
EU General Data Protection Regulation – A new era of data security
The GDPR will replace the current EU Directive and will be directly applicable in all Member States without the need for implementing national legislation. It will apply from 25th May 2018. However, as it contains some onerous obligations, many of which will take time to prepare for, it will have an immediate impact.
We've created a toolkit that summarises the key changes that the new Regulation will bring, to highlight and assist with the most important actions and changes which organisations should take in preparing to comply with it.
Inside The GDPR Toolkit
- Project Plan
- Reference sheets
- Information Asset Register
- Policies and Procedures
- Consent and Client Documentation
- GDPR Article Summaries
Our GDPR training courses have been designed to help your staff understand best practice and procedures for processing data to reduce the risks of breaching the provisions of GDPR.
Who should do this course:
- Senior Officers and managers
- Compliance officers
- All staff invovled with the processing of data
Risk Management System
Getting ready for GDPR is only part of the regulation as after May 25th 2018 firms will need to manage their obligations or evidencing their efforts. Our Risk Management System provides a hierarchical process for managing GDPR risk, documenting controls and recording activity, this is all time and date stamped providing you with the evidence trail you need