GDPR: the most important change in data privacy regulation in 20 years.

What is GDPR?

The General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (“GDPR”) is a regulation in EU law on data protection and privacy for all individuals within the European Union and the European Economic Area. It became enforceable beginning 25 May 2018 and as a regulation – not a directive – it is directly binding and applicable.

Applicable to all companies who keep, manage or process personal data

What are GDPR’s key changes?

GDPR gives control to individuals over their personal data as it defines specific procedures regarding its control and protection. Also, it simplifies the regulatory environment for international business by unifying the regulation within the EU and sets severe fines to Violators (up to €20 million or 4% of the enterprise’s annual worldwide turnover of the preceding financial year).

Understand your obligations

How does GDPR affect your business?

GDPR reshapes the way in which sectors manage data and redefines the roles for key leaders in businesses, from Chief Information Officers (CIOs) to Chief Marketing Officers (CMOs). Watertight consent management processes and effective data rights management systems must be in place, to ensure zero data loss.

Complete guidance with legal and IT support

How can we help?

We help you see and define your company’s scope of practice over GDPR, in a simple and structured way and guide you through specific steps towards compliance. Based on the Gap Analysis and Legal Procedure, we identify the processes and parts of your infrastructure, where corrective actions must be taken, in a thorough and structured way, walking you through the reason for each change. We take over the design, implementation and support of the IT Solutions that might be required for GDPR Compliance.

Your legal obligations

What does GDPR require you to do?

We have systematically organized the Legal Obligations deriving from the Regulation and with the professional guidance of a certified by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) lawyer, we:

  • Explain your responsibilities as derived from your business and GDPR
  • Follow specific procedures in order to get a complete and clear picture of the data you retain and process (interviews, trainings, questionnaires etc)
  • Make everybody in your company aware of the New Requirements
  • Deliver a detailed action plan that must be followed, in order to have your business complied with GDPR

Our assistance

How do we help you?

We stand by you and your Management Team, through all the necessary stages that must be accomplished, so that we secure:

  • proper awareness/training of all personnel
  • the role of each individual or department in terms of data keeping and processing
  • the consolidation and proper understanding of New Procedures
  • the appropriate response to all relevant inquiries

Ensure your IT Compliance

Based on the GAP Report, that derives from the legal procedure,

  • we either consult you, in order to adapt your business Information Technology Structure and IT Security tools and processes according to GDPR requirements or
  • we design, propose and implement a complete solution, based on your IT environment and GDPR specific requirements to ensure full compliance.

Our Data Protection Officer (DPO) services are at your disposal, whenever you need them and at a very competitive cost.

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