GDPR Auditing in Partnership with Landmark Launch GDPR Self-Assessment for Accountants Our GDPR Self-Assessment pack created in conjunction with Landmark – Accountancy Practice Development Specialists [Bob Edwards] is now available to order from the Landmark site today. We recognise that GDPR can be a daunting task, so we created this package to give you as […]
GDPR Auditing deliver a Key Note Address at the Surrey Care GDPR Seminar 31 January 2018 Vakis Paraskeva and Philip Mather from GDPR Auditing present two sessions for the Surrey Care Association: GDPR overview How GDPR will affect the care industry Talking to an audience of mainly care home owners and some domiciliary care businesses, […]
Marking your own homework is all very well but who carries the can if you get it wrong. Forward thinking organisations have completed some of their GDPR work or in some cases are nearly finished. Some of these companies increasingly looking for someone to check what they have done, give a second opinion, and sign […]
Case Study Background There are many and varied educational establishments all of which carry a lot of personal data, the majority carry personal data for under 16’s and quite often cross into special category data for one reason or another. This GDPR Audit Case Study shows how we helped a school get on the path […]
Multi-disciplinary approach to GDPR Readiness GDPR is a regulatory framework and organisations need to translate into practice this framework and associated legislation. As such getting ready for GDPR is essentially a technology-related business change. It requires the skills of a multi-disciplinary team, blending the knowledge of the leadership teams and managers responsible for business operations […]
Data Subject Access Requests (DSAR) will be free under GDPR Unlike current legislation in the UK (DPA), Data Subject Access requests (DSAR) must be provided free of charge, in most cases. Whilst this is a good thing for data subjects, this could lead to some unintended consequences for data controllers…
Will your clients be the first to ask about your GDPR compliance? Come 25th may 2018 your existing clients and prospective clients will need to ensure that you as a data processor are GDPR compliant. You in turn have to ensure anyone processing data for you is also GDPR compliant. Apart from being a legal […]
EU GDPR and the EU-US Privacy Shield, Both Sides of the Same Coin? US Organisations are starting to look at GDPR and ask, what do I need to do about it? In many cases the EU-US Privacy framework is likely to be the solution.
Right of access by the data subject For the next few weeks we will focus on the rights of the data subject in our The Articles series, this week we look at Article 15 – Right of access by the data subject, one of the key rights GDPR bestows on Data Subjects.
….is a statement that many companies seem to be making either explicitly, by looking at what they think needs to be done and thinking it doesn’t apply to them or implicitly by not even making the time and effort to find out what needs to be done.