GDPR compliance was not a one-off event
GDPR is now a reality, and most businesses will have been through some sort of process to ensure compliance. But as your business evolves your interface with the regulations will likely change evolve too. Compliance will require constant vigilance.
It’s your responsibility to inform your data protection authority of any data breach that risks people’s rights and freedoms within 72 hours of your organisation becoming aware of it. The penalties for breaching the regulations are high.
Are you confident that your business is operating in a sustainably compliant manner to be able to remove the risks of GDPR failure?
Datashield can fill in many of the jigsaw pieces needed to ensure your GDPR compliance.
How Datashield can help your business maintain GDPR compliance
Gap Analysis and Remediation
The GDPR gap analysis service provides an assessment of your organisation’s current level of compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation and helps identify and prioritise the key areas that your organisation must address to create a remediation plan. We will be able to further assist you in implementing that plan.
Managed Hosted Delivery
Managed hosting, designed and delivered by experts, can add strategic value to your business, and help meet those ever-important goals of compliance and security around GDPR. We can manage your security needs through our in-house ISO 27001 data centre and take some of the burdens away from your internal organisation.
One size doesn’t fit all when it comes to implementing software solutions. Some organisations are worried about being GDPR compliant and/or business-driven deadlines. Others prefer to be autonomous. Whatever drives your project, Datashield has an implementation plan to suit you with a range of experienced consultants.
To ensure effective compliance after the 25th May 2018, your organisation needs to have staff in place who understand the requirements of GDPR and are well equipped to plan, implement and maintain a compliance programme. It is well recognised that your staff are the most important link in data protection.