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Are you in the dark about how you should prepare for GDPR?
Failure to comply with GDPR could mean a fine of 4% of your annual turnover
GDPR goes far beyond the realms of just ‘data protection’. Failure to comply could land a fine of 4% of your annual turnover on your desk. The previous directives failed to take into account the online risks we face in the digital age.
However, moving forward it will be essential that any business which handles personal data must know how to obtain, store and protect it from cyber breaches.
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With simplicity in mind, we offer a hassle free and easy to follow Readiness Assessment to ensure that you are prepared for GDPR. What does our GDPR Readiness Assessment entail?
Using the IASME GDPR framework, we will conduct a gap analysis to review how you obtain, store and protect your data from potential breaches against five components:
Once completed, a Security Consultant will work collaboratively with you to ensure you achieve your IASME GDPR Readiness Certification.
It is by no means a ‘one size fits all’ approach as we know that each business is unique and at a different point in their journey to readiness.
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What is GDPR?
The GDPR regulations was put into force on May 25th 2018, and applies to all businesses who the handle personal data of EU citizens (including the UK post-brexit).
The aim of GDPR is to improve how businesses are handling personal data so that it can be protected from cyber breaches. GDPR compliance is a legal requirement, failure to follow the necessary steps could lead to a fine of 4% of your annual turnover.
What are the GDPR requirements?
GDPR is all about understanding where your data has come from, how it is stored and how you are protecting it. It is essential that you have a data process plan so that you have a clear picture of how your sensitive information is handled. As part of this you must have technical controls in place to safeguard your information. You must also provide awareness training for staff so that they can be educated about how they should process data in line with GDPR compliance. In the event of a breach, it is essential that you have a disaster recovery plan as you are obliged to notify the ICO within 72 hours and any affected data subjects without hesitation.