With the EU's grace period rapidly running out, and maximum fines of up to €20 Million (or 4% of global turnover) in event of a breach, there is a lot at stake for companies falling behind the May 2018 deadline.
It has been nearly 20 years since the UK’s data protection laws were last updated, in the form of the Data Protection Act 1998. That legislation was intended to bring UK law into line with the EU’s Data Protection Directive, which was introduced in 1995. Since then, our mobile phones have become miniature computers and we have witnessed the proliferation of internet devices, the birth of online banking, online retail and the growth of entirely new industries based on the use of our personal data.
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
To meet the evolving needs of data protection, the GDPR was developed to give citizens back control of their personal data - strengthening and unifying data protection for individuals within the EU, whilst addressing the export of personal data outside the EU. With the demise of Safe Harbour, companies that export and handle the personal data of European citizens will also need to comply with the new requirements put forth or be subject to consequences.
GDPR Compliance Assessment
According to recent research, over half of businesses lack preparedness for the GDPR. The GDPR Compliance Assessment by Infosec Partners helps organisations achieve compliance to the GDPR. Performing a thorough review of security policies and infrastructure in place, as well as agreements with 3rd party suppliers which may process data on their behalf, we identify and gaps to compliance and provide a clear path to bridge the gap.
Learn more about GDPR and our GDPR Compliance Assessment. Just let us know how we can contact you and one of our Trusted Advisors will be in touch.
Or call us to speak with someone immediately: +44 845 257 5903
We look forward to speaking with you soon.
PDF: Don't miss the GDPR deadline!
VIDEO: ICO introduction to GDPR
Copyright © Infosec Partners Group 2004 - 2018. All rights reserved - CALL : 0845 257 5903 or +44 (0)1256 893662 - EMAIL : firstname.lastname@example.org