The GDPR came into effect on May 25, 2018, and replaces the 1995 EU Data Protection Directive. The regulation aims to strengthen the rights of individuals over their personal data and unify data protection laws across the EU.Our firm is committed to ensuring that we are fully compliant with the GDPR.
Why does your organisation need it?
Better data management
Demonstration of commitment to data protection
Prepares us for global competitiveness
The first step is to assess the organization's current data protection practices and identify areas that need to be improved to comply with the GDPR.
The organization must document its data protection policies, procedures, and processes to provide a basis for complying with the GDPR.
This involves putting the policies, procedures, and processes into practice and establishing the necessary security controls to ensure that personal data is protected.
Employees must be trained on the organization's data protection policies and procedures to ensure that they are aware of their responsibilities and can act in accordance with the GDPR.
Protection of personal data
Demonstrates Commitment to Security
Supports Compliance with Regulations
Most Popular Questions
Organizations based in the EU and organizations outside the EU that process personal data of EU citizens must comply with GDPR.
An organization can ensure GDPR compliance by implementing appropriate technical and organizational measures, such as conducting regular data protection impact assessments, appointing a data protection officer, and implementing a data protection policy.
GDPR requires organizations to ensure that personal data is transferred to countries outside the EU only if the recipient country provides adequate protection for personal data. This can be achieved through the use of standard contractual clauses or binding corporate rules.