The GDPRReady 76 point audit for business is designed to give you the confidence that your GDPR preparations are complete and being maintained appropriately.
IDEAL FOR: Assisting with compliance planning, verifying existing efforts and preparing for ICO Audit
Data Protection E-learning
Our 20 minute e-learning covers the GDPR basics and data protection best practice for employees. It has a fully configurable test and certificate built in.
IDEAL FOR: employee awareness training
Our half day workshop will help your teams understand the GDPR fundamentals and how to apply the legislation to the workplace in practical terms. Workshops available are general, Marketing and HR.
IDEAL FOR: All
The GDPR is the most significant development in data protection that Europe, possibly the world, has seen over the past twenty years and therefore unsurprisingly is designed to better take into account modern technologies, the way we work with them today and are likely to work in the future.
In addition, there is a much greater emphasis on compliance following a widely held belief that business had not taken data privacy seriously enough previously.
As a consequence, penalties are considerably harsher
and the compliance requirements are intended to spread
a far wider net to include small and medium businesses.
Our 76 point Audit includes the key points covered
in the following GDPR Articles:
Technical Measures - Art 28 (1)
Organisational Measures - Art 28 (1)
Data Protection Principles
Lawfulness of Processing - Art 6
Consent – Art 7
Legitimate Interest – Art 6
Profiling – Art 22
Legal Data Transfer - Art 44
Privacy Policies - Art 13
Third Party Processor Compliance - Art 28 (3)
Processing Records - Art 30 (2)
Data Protection Officer - Art 37
Data Subject Rights – Arts 15-21
Breach Notification - Art 33 (2)
Assures customers of your readiness
Avoids protracted contract negotiations
Commercial advantage over non-compliant competitors
Enhances customer trust
Prepares you for official accreditation
The DPO Toolkit is a comprehensive set of best practice templates designed to assist the DPO with GDPR compliance planning.
Legal Processing Register (Excel)
Risk Register (Excel)
Third Party Processor Register (Excel)
The new European data protection regulations (GDPR) came into force in May 2018 and represented the most significant change to data privacy regulations for 20 years. With non-compliance penalties of up to 4% of global revenue, it is essential that businesses understand the core obligations, the impact on systems/processes and what actions are needed to ensure ongoing compliance.
Duration - Half day
Format - Interactive presentation
Who should attend? - Anyone who is or will be a member of the GDPR preparation team; Stake holders from key data processing areas (HR, Marketing, Finance, Records Management); Supervisors from appropriate user teams
The 2twenty4 GDPR Strategy Workshop consists of:
Introduction to GDPR
Likely impact on current systems
Likely impact on current processes
Impact on Direct Marketing
New Data Access Request obligations
New Data Protection Officer obligations
New Breach Notification obligations
New Cloud Service Provider requirements
Developing a Compliance Action Plan
The workshop includes Data Register, Impact Assessment and Breach notification templates and will help you understand what you need to do to prepare, where the responsibilities lie within your business and the resources needed going forwards.
Understand key points of new legislation
Identify current risks and exposure
Engage key stakeholders
Maximise project success
Enhance communication to business
Produce compliance action plan
Total cost of the GDPR Workshop is £600 + VAT
Data Protection E-learning
It is widely accepted that the biggest risk to an organisation’s data is its people. Our simple but engaging e-learning covers the basic GDPR ‘need to knows’ as well as some useful tips for data protection best practice.
There is a built in post course assessment to help reinforce knowledge of key messages.
WHAT IS GDPR?
THE 7 PRINCIPLES
HOW IS GDPR ENFORCED?
WHAT IS PERSONAL DATA?
DATA SUBJECT RIGHTS
WHAT CAN I DO?
WHAT TO DO WHEN
FROM AS LITTLE AS £7.50 per user per year.
E-learnings tailored specifically to your organisation’s requirements also available