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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
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The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will apply from 25th May 2018, when it supersedes EU member state implementations of the 1995 Data Protection Directive (DPD). The UK Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) will be superseded by a new DPA that enacts the GDPR’s requirements.
This will affect every business in the UK with huge penalties for those who don’t comply, which could have far reaching consequences on your business. Recent statistics have shown that only 17% of UK businesses are aware of GDPR and a staggering 2% are being proactive enough in preparing and planning for it.
We have been working with experts to understand the impact this will have to small business, so we can offer help, guidance and solutions in this complicated subject.
We have forged an alliance with Go Live UK, our preferred partners have the expertise to deal with your business requirements, big or small, online and offline they will work with us to help you. Together we have created specialised seminars in London and Crawley and we will guild you though the required elements of GDPR so you fully understand what is required for your business.
The new law marks a wide-reaching and significant shift in the way that organisations must protect personal data.
As a business owner it is vital you act now to protect your business!
Help with GDPR Redhill Surrey Sussex
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As the launch of GDPR has come and gone, business owners seem still confused about how they may be affected by this new legislation.
The risk to any business is quantified by accessing the risk management to the daily operations conducted both online and off line.
The fact is your business is constantly exposed to individuals looking to exploit it and steal data at every opportunity as it is impossible to be 100% secure. However, your business can gain huge credibility in demonstrating to your customers that you care and protect their data
We look at the following key areas when you may be exposed
Review your process and procedures from recruitment to termination and make sure you are covering the GDPR requirements in your business.
Review your process and procedures from prospecting to having an active database, how it is managed and secured making sure you are covering the GDPR requirements in your business.
Are your suppliers GDPR compliant if not when will they be? make sure you ask the question and its documented as you strive to only deal with those who are meeting the GPDR legislation.
Contact forms and SSL License are other considerations to constantly prove trust and transparency to those who deal with you.
Dealing outside the EU
If you are sending sensitive personal data outside the EU you need to make sure this is done with the correct consent and your systems and processes can demonstrate this along with your security process.
Statistics have shown how cyber crime is a huge problem to the UK and we must all be vigilant in the consent battle to overcome this.
Taking responsible measures to protect data and educate all your employees about their role is this important task is vital.
Going through the GDPR process can add great value to your organisation, when you start to consider how your current operations are implemented and reviewed with risk assessment of how it could be done better and safer, this can only enhance your journey to becoming GDPR compliant.
Liston Enterprises offers bespoke packages for both small and medium size business to assist and educate with GDPR.
Together with ongoing support subscriptions for updates and reviews as we see this recent legislation evolve.
Call 01737 242122 and book you FREE consultation to see how we can help you.
Help with GDPR Redill Surrey Sussex
What do you need to know about GDPR?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a legal framework that manages the process of collecting personal information in all countries part of European Union (EU).
Non-Eu businesses processing the data of EU citizens will also have to stand behind the data policy in the EU. The GDPR will replace the Data Protection Directive, follow out since 1995 and is an update of existing already data protection standards following fast-evolving technology world.
The GDPR has effects on businesses and companies having access to sensitive personal data in their work.
Legal - The legal part includes every aspect, affecting personal data or the risk that management officials may encounter in their use. Legal situations established by the Regulation are included. In other words – the legal part is what we do wrong or right according to GDPR Regulation.
Physical - Physical aspects of GDPR are this ones that affects physical keeping of physical data and all other subsequent consequences after data leaking, breaching or unauthorized/incorrectly handling of personal data. Physical aspect of GDPR is about physical measures that affects personal data.
Technical - Technical aspects of GDPR are specified by the Legal part in this regulation. They can be more complicated for each business depending on what is the specific field in which company is practice. They can be very specific, general but all of them should respond GDPR 95/46/EC regulation in the two previous aspects – Legal, Physical (ensuring free and secure transit of personal data).