The main goal of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is to provide individuals more ownership and privacy over their data as well as making it easier for international businesses to operate by laying before them the regulatory grounds. GDPR applies to any organisation who processes the personal information of those living inside the EEA.
GDPR suggests that privacy and availability of the personal information have to be taken into account in the organisation’s structure of services. This requires organisations to make sure the individuals are able to access their data and deletion upon their request. It is now much easier for individuals to file a complaint regarding their personal data to data protection authorities. GDPR regulates how the data is collected, aggregated, shared and stored. All procedures regarding the processing of data are set out by GDPR.
How do you find out if you’re GDPR-compliant?
It’s possible to perform GDPR gap analysis internally by activating technical, legal or data protection officers if available. This option is rarely cost-effective for the organisations.
We provide GDPR gap analysis for the organisations who want assessment of how they process data. Our experienced auditors focus on identifying the further needs for the organisations to comply with GDPR.