GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation)
It is essential to plan your approach to GDPR compliance now and to gain ‘buy-in’ from key people in your organisation. You may need, for example, to put new procedures in place to deal with the GDPR’s new transparency and individuals’ rights provisions. In a large or complex business this could have significant budgetary, IT, personnel, governance and communications implications.
- Information you hold
- Communicating privacy information
- Individuals' Rights
- Subject access rights
- Lawful basis for processing personal data
- Data Breaches
- Data Protection
As recommended by the Information Commissioner's Office
Designed to identify the key assets within your business that may be at risk from Cyber Threats, assess the potential impacts, and build a plan to better protect you and reduce the risks to your business.
A successful Cyber Security strategy requires focussing on people and process, as well as technology. A key part of this is making sure everyone in your business understands the risks, how to spot them, and how to deal with them. Our Cyber Security Awareness training will help you ensure that your staff are a key asset when it comes to Cyber Security, instead of a vulnerability.
As part of your Cyber Security plan, you may wish to accredit your business against the governments Cyber Essentials programme, highlighting your commitment to Cyber Security and giving additional confidence to your customers. We can help you prepare and get you through the Cyber Essentials accreditation as part of your Cyber Security plan.