All organisations that handle personally identifiable data of EU citizens need to prepare and execute a plan to become General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliant. To help you, Arrk has developed a five-stage compliance programme which takes organisations from the earliest stages of GDPR awareness and understanding to becoming fully compliant.
Fines and reputational damage are the big sticks, but there’s plenty of carrot too…
You’ve no doubt read about the size of the fines for non-compliance and data breaches, but GDPR should not be seen as a harmful regulation, there are significant business benefits to be unlocked, using GDPR as the vector to improve data handling, enhance customer analysis and insight, refine governance, security and processes. To go beyond a 360 customer view and develop a win-win relationship which is longer lasting, deeper and more trusting.
Informative and engaging learning sessions for your organisation’s key GDPR influencers. Here they will learn everything they need to know in a digestible format with your organisation as the key context. Expect deep dives, role play and presentations.
A formal assessment of your current compliance level against GDPR regulations. This allows our consultants and your team to gain a clear, big picture view of your existing data structures. We discover how and why this data is being used and the impact of GDPR on your structures and processes.
Driven by our understanding of your existing structures we collaborate on a detailed roadmap and action plan to ensure your GDPR compliance path has clear and achievable milestones.
Prior to May 2018 you have an agreed roadmap and are actively working towards compliance. The ability to show a compliance roadmap is crucial, even if the Implement stage goes beyond May 2018.
Using Arrk’s Incident Management and Breach Reporting Framework (PD3R) you will have everything you need to ensure that all data handling processes are monitored to ensure compliance at all stages and encourage a culture of reporting potential breaches.
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