From 25th May 2018, the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) require all organisations, that hold data related to EU data subjects, to more effectively manage data of their customers, employees, contacts and any other relevant persons.
The GDPR transforms how personal data is collected, shared, and used globally, and has been described by experts as ambitious, complex, and strict. All organisations will have changes to make in policy, processes and contracts, as well as in technical and organisational compliance measures. In some instances, those changes could be complex and significant.
Our team of experienced, certified data protection experts can help your organisation with a variety of best practice solutions, from evaluating your GDPR compliance position and developing a remediation roadmap, through to implementing a best-fit compliance framework. Whether you are an SME or a multinational, we can tailor our GDPR services to your particular needs.
Our internal GDPR readiness activities are aligned with global frameworks derived from lessons learned on our security and privacy client engagements. This framework takes a holistic approach that spans people, processes and technology. It translates GDPR obligations into the concrete actions and outcomes that are needed to progress towards GDPR readiness. This close interlock helps to ensure that the best practices, solutions and services that geevo Solutions uses internally are the same as those we offer our clients.
If you’re uncertain how much your organisation complies with the GDPR, what personal data you hold or where it resides or you don’t know the data protection risks of introducing a new system or process, do reach out.
The first step is to get equipped with the GDPR fundamentals which will help you reach compliance. Our training courses are delivered by experienced trainers who will help you understand the benefits and how it can be applicable to your organization.
With the adequate combination of focus and dedication, you can become certified and distinguish yourself in the competitive market.
Our experts are here to assist you throughout the entire process.
Under the GDPR, you must appoint a data protection officer (DPO) if you:
It is recommended that private organisations carrying out public tasks or exercising public authority designate a DPO.
We take over privacy and data protection tasks, staff training, and can serve as an independent expert both internally as well as towards customers or the Data Protection Authorities.
We can take over all tasks required by the GDPR and all roles can be adjusted towards specific needs.
Finding the right DPO can be a challenge for even the largest organisations, and smaller organisations still face data protection risks but often do not have the budget, or the need, to staff a full time DPO position. That is why we offer 3 different DPO-as-a-Service packages: a. Bronze (Remote DPO) b. Silver (On-site DPO) and c. Gold (GDPR one-stop-shop) . A full range of GDPR services is included only within the Gold package. Interested?