GDPR – How can you achieve compliance peace of mind?
From 25 May 2018, the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect. At Teceze, we have experience of providing organisations with the advice they require in order for them to meet all data handling regulations and laws. This could be for statutory reasons (DPA), to remain compliant (PCI), regulatory (FCA) as well as all government requirements (HMG). All organisations will have to be GDPR compliant from 25 th May 2018 and so, at TECEZE, we can call on our experience to help organisations meet and understanding the regulation.
Our GDPR Service
There are legal and financial responsibilities that come with GDPR, all of which have to be acknowledged at board-level. We implement a thorough and comprehensive risk-register as well as accountability framework to meet all fundamental requirements.
We carry out a review that seeks out evidence of compliance to a standard that is recognised as well as evidence of the correct
policies, data protection officer requirements, privacy impact assessments, incident response and breach reporting.
An initial reviews of the existing review is carried out as part of the process and we also carry out interviews and collect evidence. We then consider the requirements of GDPR and carry out an assessment to deliver a gap analysis report. The risk treatment plan is then supported by the report.
We consider all existing controls, undertake interviews and collect the relevant evidence prior to carrying out an assessment that considers the GDPR requirements. We then create a gap analysis report that feeds into the risk treatment plan.
A fully-qualified SFIA Level 4 GCPR consultant will be on-site to create a GDPR gap analysis report which includes:
The findings will be delivered as part of an overview which includes a graphical demonstration of the current security and protection position of the customer.
Gap Analysis Summary
In order to assist remediation, the customer will be provided with a representation of each control.
Red, Amber, Green Gap Analysis
A risk treatment plan can be developed from the spreadsheet.