In order to do this we offer an audit of the way that you handle and process data. In addition, make sure that you understand how data is stored, retrieved and deleted throughout its lifecycle within your organisation. Focus your mind on points in your processes where an individual’s personal data could be most at risk (this is essentially a Privacy Impact Assessment) and identify problems now before the GDPR kicks in.
We can offer awareness workshops, GDPR health check reports and a legal view (in partnership with Heald Solicitors) to educate you on the information around GDPR.
We offer data flow mapping, data lifecycle, privacy impact assessment, a audit data management process and can identify personal data and where it resides to discover if your data complies with the GDPR.
In order to manage we will provide a service to govern how personal data is used and accessed and carry out documentation development.
In order to protect our services cover establishing security controls to prevent, detect and respond to vulnerabilities and data breaches. Provide cyber security assessments, assess compliance with GDPR obligations and the risk of non-compliance.
We provided the following reports in order for you to assess your compliance level, a GDPR high level Readiness Assessment, GDPR detailed Gap Analysis, Office 365 compliance check, execute on data requests, report data breaches, and keep required documentation.
The increasing volume and complexity of IT that every company now has to deal with requires businesses to take a different view of IT licences. A more strategic and organised approach to IT licence
Technology hasn’t always played such a central role in our lives. It might seem like the smart phone has always been attached to our palms but the iPhone, for example, was only introduced in 2007.
The pressure that internal IT spend and demand can place on resources, time and staff can be intense. Often, this is simply a waste of energy and for some businesses it can restrict cash flow to the