GDPR compliance support package

GDPR: your journey to compliance

With only seven months to go until the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation comes into force (25 May 2018), organisations are beginning to ramp up preparations to meet the regulation’s requirements.  


To help businesses as they work towards compliancy, Cobweb’s created a support package to include information forums and activities delivered by GDPR consultants from the information security and data protection services organisation Cybercrowd.


Oliver Moazzezi, Cobweb Technical Architect, Development and Innovation, says “With GDPR coming into effect next year, many organisations face having to make significant changes to how they collect, store and manage data.


“While most organisations have made a start on preparing to meet the new regulation’s requirements, we’re conscious that some have yet to begin. We’ve, therefore, created our GDPR: Journey to Compliance Support Package to provide businesses with the necessary support to help them become compliant – regardless of where they are with preparation, and to be able to pick and choose activities depending on individual need.


“We’ve grouped the regulation’s requirements into four areas, and created our three-phase GDPR package to provide activities to help you meet the requirements in each area.”


The four areas:


-  Location: identifying existing personal data held across the organisation

-  Governance: managing data subject access rights, data storage and use

-  Security: protecting against vulnerabilities and breach

-  Reporting: for data requests, breaches, and accountability


Cobweb’s three-phase package:


Define the requirements: phase 1 focuses on developing a comprehensive understanding of the regulation’s requirements, with webinars and workshops the support activities.


Create the plan: in phase 2, the GDPR consultants will carry out health checks and readiness assessments to help you identify the processes that currently meet GDPR requirements and highlight where compliancy is missing to be able to create the plan to move forward.


Implement: phase 3 divides into a process track and a technical track. Work package clinics help with defining process capabilities, and then Cobweb can advise on the technology – the solutions, services and applications – to help you meet requirements.  


For more information about Cobweb’s GDPR: Journey to Compliance Support Package visit our GDPR hub or contact any of the Cobweb Team – on 0333 009 5941 (or email hello@cobweb.com). For more reading about GDPR, download a copy of our eBook, GDPR: A Guide for Business.

 

GDPR COUNTDOWN

25 May 2018

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No problem, take a look through the slides from the day and discover how technology can help your business on its road to GDPR  compliancy!

 

GDPR Technology 

Preparing for GDPR


 

GDPR Journey

1. Location

Creation of an inventory of personal data

GDPR requires organisations to be able to identify every reference to any individual across all systems


2. Governance

Managing personal data access and use

Establish a clear view of existing and define new data processing activities required


3. Security

Protecting personal data against vulnerabilities and breach

Business will need to be able to prevent, detect and respond


4. Reporting

For data requests, breaches and accountability

GDPR requires a higher standard of transparency, accountability and documentation than the majority of companies will have encountered before

10 things to consider with GDPR

GDPR Journey

Cobweb's GDPR Support Package

 

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GDPR eBOOK

GDPR - A Guide to Business

GDPR: A Guide for Business


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GDPR with Microsoft
Accelerate GDPR compliance 


Symantec GDPR Guide
A new dawn of data privacy


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Dynamics 365

 

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A powerful backup service, enabling organisations to backup data to a secure Cloud environment.