Where do you want to be?

Are you processing personal data and are unsure where to start?

Have you updated or created relevant documentation around your GDPR compliance?

GDPR compliance is a way of showing your clients, partners, staff and sector that you take data seriously. Fines for non-compliance can be up to 4% of global turnover or 20 million euros, whichever is greater, and this doesn’t include any damage to your reputation.

How can we help?

We have been helping small and medium sized organisations across the UK become GDPR compliant, taking them from a state of confusion to full compliance that can be demonstrated with procedures, policies and audits.

Becoming compliant has been much more time and resource intensive than many organisations have anticipated. We have been asked to get involved at varying stages of GDPR compliance.

GDPR is much clearer on what data processing involves, organisations need to be compliant where personal data is stored, distributed, copied, processed, updated and more. Moreover, personal data isn’t just customer data, it could be supplier or staff data too.

Our strategy for you!

We can take you from your current status, whatever that may be, all the way through to compliance that you can demonstrate. We have over 70 available procedure and policy templates that we update and provide to our clients, updating to ensure they are fit for your organisation.

For an organisation of between 15-30 employees we can get you compliant in a matter of weeks. We don’t leave any stones unturned, and we take you through our standard 8-step process that includes Information Mapping, Risk Assessments, Set of Recommendations, Implementation and Audits.

We provide all project information in a Gantt schedule, which is frequently updated, and clients can be added to their dedicated Trello GDPR board where they can follow our progress. We will visit and have regular meetings with organisational staff in order to keep up the compliance momentum. Moreover, we can prioritise given areas of the project to demonstrate compliance as quickly as possible – this includes implementing procedures and creating missing data policies.


How have our clients benefitted financially?

1. GDPR fines for non-compliance can be up to 4% of global turnover or 20 million euros, whichever is greater – it pays to stay compliant;

2. Reputational damage for any non-compliance may be incalculable;

3. Consider GDPR compliance an investment, it’s impossible to put a figure on what it would cost your organisation to rectify any data breach or non-compliance.

GDPR compliance is not optional, gross negligence will be looked upon unfavourably by the ICO, therefore it makes business sense to get compliant now!


GDPR Consultancy Factsheet

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