General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into force in May 2018, is EU-designed legislation with the objective to strengthen the rights of individuals when companies use, collect and share their personal data.

If you haven’t taken the steps required to comply with the regulations and protect your customers’ data you could now be liable to a fine of up to 4% of your turnover. If your business isn’t compliant, you should work through the IGA’s ‘Garage Guide to GDPR’ workbook in full, as it contains all the steps you need to take to ensure that your business complies with the new legislation.

No matter your current level of GDPR compliance, the IGA continues to offer the following on-site support services, and we will keep you up-to-date with new changes to the legislation via the bulletin.

GDPR Gap Analysis - £245 + VAT half day

  • The GDPR gap analysis service provides an assessment of your organisation’s current level of compliance with the Regulation, seeking to highlight the standard requirements and the shortcomings in relation to those requirements
  • This will assist in establishing an appropriate action plan in relation to the needs of your organisation, showing areas of strength and weakness
  • You will also be provided with a general, indicative figure of overall compliance with the Regulation

GDPR Consultancy - £245 + VAT per half day or £395 + VAT per full day

  • This will assist in ensuring your organisation meets the necessary GDPR requirements
  • Provides assurance for customers, employees and all other data subjects that their information is being processed lawfully and stored securely
  • We will work with you to produce personalised policies, procedures and guidance to facilitate compliance with the Regulation

GDPR Quality Assurance Certification Audit - £395 + VAT full day

  • During the certification audit, we assess, in detail, your degree of compliance with the requirements of GDPR
  • The audit consists of informal interviews, examinations, observations of your system in operation and review of relevant documentation and performance in identified focus areas
  • Findings, including non-conformities, and conclusions are presented at the end of the audit in a closing meeting and included in the audit report
  • After the audit you will be informed of non-conformities you need to address and respond to within an agreed deadline
  • When found compliant, we issue you with the below quality assurance certificate that you will be able to display at your premises:

To book any of the services above or discuss which option would be best for your business, please call the IGA direct member helpline or 0845 305 4230.

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