On the 25th May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), introduced by the European Union, came into effect.
The GDPR regulations aim to revamp the laws that govern the handling of personal data. It seeks to create a co-ordinated framework for data protection across the EU states, with much tighter controls over those who host and process personal data.
According to the new regulations, personal data is defined as “any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person”. Such a wide-ranging definition means that businesses have to be careful when reviewing and classifying the data they store.
Information Commissioner, Elizabeth Denham talks about how GDPR is an issue for the boardroom.
We offer a systematic review of the systems and practices which exist within your company and make appropriate recommendations for moving forward under the new guidelines, providing a clear checklist of actionable steps to take.
Northdoor can provide an integrated set of tools that work in acquiring and upholding control over all the relevant data throughout your business, regardless of whether it is stored across your local or cloud infrastructure.
Automation, integration and continual monitoring govern our approach so that GDPR solutions can be achieved in a quick, smooth and auditable way.
Not sure where to start?
In this article we outline the key obligations and propose six steps to help you kick-start the compliance process.
With continuing concern over the complexity around GDPR, Northdoor has created a bespoke approach to work with clients on a programme of workshops designed to explain, define and assess a company’s GDPR plans.
To help businesses understand and address their obligations under GDPR, Northdoor has created ‘GDPR Rapid Response‘ – a consultancy-led engagement model backed by deep technical expertise. The GDPR Rapid Response offering usually starts with a top-level overview for senior stakeholders called the GDPR Executive Briefing, and then proceeds to the Northdoor Quick Start Assessment Workshop, which goes into more depth and helps you take practical steps towards compliance.
With solutions covering Data Discovery (structured and unstructured), Business Workflow Analysis, Encryption, Data Access and Management, Subject Access Requests, Data Masking, Mobile Device Management, managed Data Privacy Officer services, Third Party/processor security risk and compliance and Breach Reporting, we are in a strong position to work with you to provide an end-to-end solution for GDPR.
To find out how Northdoor’s Rapid Response offering around GDPR adoption can help you achieve and maintain compliance rapidly, efficiently and at low cost, contact us
For many companies, the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May 2018 was the culmination of years of effort to create a fit-for-purpose compliance programme. However, this should be seen more as a starting point than a conclusion: companies must now ensure that they execute policies and best practices efficiently and effectively on a day-to-day basis.
Northdoor offers a comprehensive set of services designed to help you industrialise GDPR compliance by embedding it as a seamless function within your business.
Industrialisation services from Northdoor
Building on expert knowledge of both enterprise data management and legislation, Northdoor has created a suite of eight services around the GDPR.
In this webinar, guest speaker Forrester Principal Analyst Fatemeh Khatibloo examines the impact of the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which rewrites privacy rules and converts privacy as a human right to a force of market disruption.
If you’re struggling to determine your exposure to third-party data risk, and you missed our recent webinar with the Direct Marketing Association, find out about the Northdoor approach to compliance by reading our blog and watching our on-demand webinar.
Getting the right GDPR solution for your organisation is a team effort, there are so many factors to consider – things like personal data governance, personal data mapping and information lifecycle management. Get the 5 ‘Key General Data Protection Regulation Obligations’ infographic