GDPR has been a regulation for some time but became legislation on the 25th May 2018 and businesses are therefore required to continually comply with it. Those businesses who fail to do so now run the risk of big fines from the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), potentially reaching up to €20 million or 4% of the group worldwide turnover (whichever is the greater) against both data controllers and data processors.
We appreciate that every business is different and each will manage their data in different ways. We can therefore arrange for one of our GDPR consultants to come into your business and provide one-to-one guidance tailored to your business’s specific needs.
We pride ourselves on keeping it simple. Our GDPR consultant will visit you to conduct a GAP analysis, allowing us to identify areas of non-compliance. You will be provided with a full list of recommendations to help meet the requirements and gathering of information to compile documentation.
Only 38% of businesses have heard of GDPR, with just over a quarter of these having already made changes to their operations.