GDPR

The GDPR Compliance, also known as the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679, is a legal framework for consumer confidence that establishes rules for the gathering and use of personal data from residents of the European Union (EU) and the European Economic Area (EEA).

What is GDPR Assessment ?

The GDPR Compliance, also known as the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679, is a legal framework for consumer confidence that establishes rules for the gathering and use of personal data from residents of the European Union (EU) and the European Economic Area (EEA).

The records need to show what, where, how, and why data is processed. This new EU Regulation significantly enhances the protection of the personal data of EU citizens and increases the accountability of organisations who collect or process personal data of EU citizens. It also builts many requirements for data privacy and security, and adds harsher penalties for violations.

If any organization suffers a breach of information assets related to EU citizens, the entity would be charged deftly and would need to notify the local data protection authority immediately.

GDRP Assessment Approach

Technivorus follows a well-documented approach to work alongside our clients aiding them in attaining their compliance goals. This requires a Well-documented execution plan along with defined milestones.

Business Understanding

Evaluating business process and environment to understand the in-scope elements

GDPR Scope Finalization

Finalize the scope elements and prepare the requirement documentation

GDPR Readiness Assessment

Identify the potential challenges that might arise during requirement implementation

GDPR Risk Assessment

Identifying and analysing the risks in the information security posture.

GDPR Data Flow Assessment

Conducting thorough systems analysis to evaluate data flow and possible leakages

GDPR Documentation Support

Assist you with list of policy and procedure to help you in validation or evidence collection

GDPR Remediation Support

Support you by recommending solutions to compliance challenges

GDPR Awareness Training

Conduct awareness sessions for your Team and personnel involved in the scope

Scan and Testing

Identify critical vulnerabilities in your system with a robust testing approach

GDPR Evidence Review

Review of the evidence collected to assess their maturity, in line with the compliance

Final Assessment and Attestation

Post successful assessment, we get you attested for compliance with our audit team

Continuous Compliance Support

Support you in maintaining compliance by providing guidelines

FAQ'S

If an organization becomes aware of a personal data breach, they must report it to the ICO within 72 hours. If the threshold is not met, the organization must provide a valid reason for the delay.

GDPR stands for the General Data Protection Regulation. It involves the protection of personal data and the rights of individuals. Its main aim is to ease the flow of personal data and increase privacy and rights for EU residents across all member states.

One of the characteristics of GDPR is increased accountability. There is a requirement under GDPR for businesses to undertake data protection impact assessments when putting any processes in place that use new technology that is likely to result in a high risk to data subjects.

GDPR gap analysis is a process of identifying areas and systems within your organisation which may be at risk of a breach and need ‘tightening up’. Being one of the most important steps on your journey towards compliance, not to mention a complex and time-consuming process for the uninitiated,it’s advisable to go with a data protection expert.

GDPR applies to any organization, whether or not it is based in the EU, that processes the personal data of EU citizens. GDPR applies to these businesses even if the goods or services that they offer are free.

Entities that do not comply with GDPR requirements may be fined up to $20mm or 4% of their worldwide turnover (revenue), whichever is greater. This would also be subject to lawsuits by affected data subjects.

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