The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
The Challenges Of GDPR
Privacy by Design challenge
The GDPR and other privacy regulations require organisations to implement measures at all design phases for processing data.
GDPR requires the confidentiality, integrity and accountability (CIA) of data, i.e. data secured. Each data set requires identifying where the data is and stored and who has access to the data.
Implementing an ISMS or a PIMS to manage personal data, incident response procedures and data retention periods defined by the organisation.
Ongoing responsibility challenge
Organisations have often underestimated the effort required to implement the necessary measures to satisfy GDPR. GDPR is an ongoing initiative, and at all times, your organisation must be able to demonstrate compliance as your business evolves.
The Benefits Of GDPR
- Increase reliability and reputation
GDPR improves reputation with stakeholders and third parties.
- Customer and third party confidence
Stakeholders are confident the information and the systems protecting the privacy data adhere to industry best practice security controls.
- Increase in organisation resilience
Measures implemented can protect your organisation against cyber threats.
- Improve data management
Minimise the privacy data stored and refine data management processes.
What Needs To Be Assessed
Core focus areas for evaluation during the assessment:
Why choose Securicentrix for GDPR?
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