GDPR Compliance Consultancy

The time to ensure GDPR Compliance for your business is NOW.

If you want to avoid being fined 4% of your annual turnover 
then continue reading.

We provide Security Consultancy services to organisations that wish to become compliant with the new GDPR guidelines before they come into effect on 25th May 2018.


Becoming Cyber Secure doesn’t have to be a headache. We provide fully managed GDPR compliance services to organisations that wish to outsource the entire process to a trusted accredited Network Security specialist.

If you don’t want the burden of data protection compliance then the answer is to outsource. From the initial GDPR audit and assessment to the implementation of the required data protection layers, we’ll ensure that your business meets the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation.

GDPR Gap analysis

Risk Assessment.

We’ll conduct a fully comprehensive risk assessment of your organisations existing level of compliance with GDPR obligations. We’ll identify any areas of privacy management and data protection non-compliance and propose new processes and technology solutions that are required to comply with the General Data protection regulation.

Post GAP Analysis report.

Once the GAP analysis has been completed, we’ll provide you with a detailed written report that provides a breakdown of our risk assessment, together with a POA that sets out what processes and technologies are required in order for your business to apply a workable privacy compliance framework needed to achieve compliance.

Data Flow Assessment

An assessment that is essential to mitigate the risk of an information security breach within your organisation. We’ll a comprehensive audit of the personal data that’s retained by your organisation and ascertain where the data resides, including:

  • The type of data being retained and where
  • Who owns the data
  • Who has access to the data
  • Who the data is shared with

Once the assessment is completed, we’ll provide you with the following:

  • A full data inventory list
  • Data forms
  • Data origins
  • Data paths
  • Data exit points
  • Data storage locations


Data Protection Impact assessment (DPIA)

An assessment that’s conducted to analyse the nature, origin and severity of the risk to data subject rights and freedoms.

This assessment is important because it allows you to establish whether there is likely to be such a risk and define which measures should be put into place to protect the data and also demonstrate that your data processing activities are in compliance with GDPR.

GDPR transitional services.

We provide a GDPR transition service to organisations that already have an effective data protection programme in place, but require assistance modifying the programme to comply with GDPR. We’ll look for gaps in your existing programme and propose the introduction of new/amendments to existing framework, procedures, documentation, management and technologies.

Ongoing GDPR Compliance reviews.

As part of our fully managed service, we’ll conduct a regular and continuous review of your Data protection processes and technologies through a number of scheduled data risk assessments in order to ensure your business remains complaint.

Privacy compliance framework.

Why is this important?

As part of the GDPR compliance process, Our IT Department will create a bespoke privacy compliance framework that is unique to your organisations personal data management requirements. This framework demonstrates to regulators that you are managing your client’s personal data correctly in order to comply with the General Data protection regulations.

This framework will help you to address the recommended 12 steps to compliance for UK businesses by the Information Commissioners office (ICO)

Applying recognised
Framework standards.

There are two recognised framework standards that can be used to demonstrate GDPR compliance. These are:

PIMS (Personal Information Management System) – BS10012:2017 British standard that demonstrates the effective management of personal information through a well-defined framework for managing data protection
ISMS (Information Security Management System) – An internationally recognised system, ISMS is the implementation and independent assessment of a set of policies and procedures that are used for systematically organising your client’s sensitive data

Contact us today if Cyber Security is a priority for your business.

If you’d like to be GDPR compliant by optimising your business network security and data protection then provide us with more information about your requirements in the form here.

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