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Ensure data privacy compliance across the globe

Employ cross-industry expert guidance to mitigate data privacy infractions, establish future-proofed data regulation processes and safeguard your reputation to scale with confidence.

How are you affected by data privacy laws, such as GDPR?

  • If you have a business presence in the EU, you are within the scope of GDPR.
  • If you process personal data of EU citizens such as collection, tracking or storage of an identified or identifiable individual, you fall under GDPR jurisdiction.
  • In short, GDPR applies to all companies worldwide engaging with the personal data of EU citizens.

Don't hang by a thread

If you don’t comply, GDPR penalties can grow to €20 million or 4% of a company’s annual global revenue.

Your obligations under GDPR

  1. You must have a lawful basis to process personal data
  2. You must obtain freely given, specific, informed, and unambiguous consent to data collection and processing
  3. You must provide individuals with a genuine choice to be processed or not
  4. You must be able to prove that the obtained consent is valid

Get to know GDPR

GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is the EU-based data privacy law established in 2016 to protect the personal data of EU citizens. The GDPR regulates every organisation operating within the 27 EU member states and organisations that collect or process data of EU citizens.

Under GDPR, companies must follow laid out guidelines, such as enabling individuals to choose to share personal data by giving explicit consent. Each person has the right to access or request their data to be ‘forgotten’ and gain insight into how their data is managed, stored or processed.   

GDPR compliance and regulation summary:

1. EU citizens data
Under GDPR, your company must regulate the data “processing,” which includes collection, storage, transfer or use, of personal data of EU citizens.

2. EU citizens data control
EU citizens must be given the ability to withdraw consent, move personal data to another provider, and request that their data is deleted.

We Help You Regulate Your Data Confidently

We help you identify, log and process data and maintain bulletproof data privacy practices following regulatory laws regardless of your location. With us, your data collection and processing becomes compliant, secure and easily scalable.

Identify personal data

We determine all of the data sources within your organisation. Let us dig into your data indigestion, processing and storage locations, regardless if they are first- or third-party, on-premise or cloud-based.

Catalogue data purpose and usage

We review and document the personal data management practice across your organisation. Our team will examine your databases and systems to clarify your data processing practice to pave the way to an in-depth data inventory outlining every step of the process.

Establish processes and controls

We build compliant data collection and processing practices, ensuring appropriate administrative, physical, and technological procedures, methods, contracts, and security measures are activated. Regulate, protect, and enable a risk-free data collection practice across your organisation.

Define your sales and marketing processes

We reshape your processes to reflect compliance with data privacy rules across the board. With our guidance, you can rest assured that your sales and marketing will remain competitive, efficient and privacy-friendly.

Maintain compliance

We create necessary notices, forms, inventory and registry of your data processing activities and prepare for risk assessments to maintain your compliance. We ensure your training materials, contracts and agreements radiate trust and competency to your customers and employees.

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What to know more?

The pillar of data collection and processing practice is the lawful basis to do so. If you collect personal information, determine your legal basis before you begin your collection process. Furthermore, if you are processing specific category data, you must identify both a lawful basis for general processing and an additional condition for processing that particular type of data.
GDPR law places numerous direct compliance obligations on data controllers and processors. The processors are required to only process personal data according to the controller’s instructions. Moreover, data processors can not share data with other vendors without the consent of the controller. Under GDPR, data controllers and data processors are obligated to follow further security measures, such as implementing appropriate policies, assessing the privacy impact of changes to business practices, and keeping detailed records on data activities.
Data controllers are obligated to report any data breach within 72 hours of becoming aware of the breach unless the breach is unlikely to cause harm to individuals.
Data protection officer must be appointed by any organisation involved in regular and systematic monitoring of data subjects.
If found non-compliant, your company can come against penalties up to €20 million or 4% of a company’s annual global revenue, based on the seriousness of the breach and damages incurred.
Under GDPR, data controllers are required to have written agreements with data processors. These agreements set the standards of action for data processors, such as implementing and complying with security measures.
Automated processing of personal data or ‘profiling’ is permitted only in limited cases under GDPR, as it can negatively affect an individual, resulting in a dismissal of a job or credit application. Examples of such practices are monitoring or tracking data subjects to analyse or predict work performance, economic situation, health, behaviour, preferences, or attitudes.
EU citizens or ‘data subjects’ under GDPR are rightful to:
  • Access to personal data
  • Request correction, deletion or, freezing of personal data
  • Seek portable transfer of personal data such as download
  • Object to certain parts of personal data processing
  • Revoke previously given consent
The GDPR provides a central point of enforcement, a lead supervisory authority for cross-border data protection issues.

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