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GDPR Compliance Management

Helping your businesses fulfil GDPR requirements and empower a sustainable commitment to continuous compliance.

It's your responsibility

Obligations under GDPR

At its core, The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) establishes data protection as a fundamental human right and outlines the new rules in the shape of seven principles.

You must be compliant if:

  • Your company processes personal data as part of the activities of one of its branches established in the EU, regardless of where the data is processed.

  • You are a business established outside the EU offering goods/services (paid or for free) or monitoring the behavior of individuals in the EU.

The seven principles of GDPR

  • Lawfulness, fairness and transparency

  • Purpose limitation

  • Data minimization

  • Accuracy

  • Storage limitation

  • Integrity and confidentiality

  • Accountability

It's the law - not optional

Pitfalls of non-compliance

GDPR compliance is a legal requirement, not a choice. Businesses found guilty of non-compliance can get hit with hefty fines or be forced to endure a suspension from data processing altogether.

Other pitfalls and costs include:

  • Vulnerability to cyberattacks or data breaches

  • Remediation costs

  • Breach notification costs

  • Civil litigation

  • Lasting or irreparable reputational damage

Reputation & customer trust

GDPR regulations are a wake-up call for businesses to understand how important data privacy and security is to growth and success. Non-compliance and falling victim to a cyberattack or data breach can result in a loss of customer trust that can be difficult, if not impossible, to regain.

Noncompliance is like shredding money



Or up to 2 percent of the company’s annual revenue, whichever is higher, for missing documentation.


Or up to 4 percent of the company’s annual revenue, whichever is higher, for failure to comply.

Partner with specialists

Our managed compliance solution leverages automation to bring you the right information and guidance to help you stay GDPR-compliant and ensure robust data security.

Understanding GDPR

A list of all policies and procedures required for GDPR compliance.

Comprehensive Risk Assessments

Regular assessments to identify areas of improvement and a risk scoring matrix to prioritize risks before undertaking remediation measures.

Evidence of Compliance

All evidence compiled into one document to back up the Auditor Checklists with real data.

Ensuring Resilient Data Protection

Guidance to ensure your business also upholds the principles of the world’s leading data security regulations, such as ISO 27001 and NIST CSF, along with GDPR.

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