GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation. GDPR is a compliance security standard specially designed for personal data and privacy protection of users. It allows detailed requirements for businesses on personal data collection, storage, and management while applying both to individuals in the EU and corporations outside the EU. It is implemented to ensure that personal data is processed securely with the help of the right technical and organizational measures. The Regulation does not specify a set of cybersecurity measures. To manage risk, you need to understand what the ‘right kind of’ action means as a business.
TechForing chooses a systematic approach to enable an EU company to achieve GDPR compliance. We follow a formal process and counsel you to stay up-to-date with the required GDPR compliance guidelines. We provide automation for privacy impact assessments and data mapping, protect against data theft, data loss, and implement risk management in an integrated platform.
GDPR requires businesses to complete a typical Self-Assessment
Questionnaire (SAQ) based on some essential facets of your company
like Governance, data security, data breaches, lawful processing,
contracts and suppliers, human resources, etc.
If you need to download it, we will send you the PDF questionnaires later.
Techforing consulting small businesses includes a full Gap Analysis against the GDPR requirements and offers your business a compliance matrix. You can develop the GDPR Improvement Plan based on that.
We will empower your organization to implement the proactive way to breach detection expected to help accomplish consistency with the GDPR reporting and notification requirement as well as develop a threat response guideline.
We will guide all the way to implement industry standard security policies to stand out with GDPR compliance. We provide an awareness program suited for maintaining best workplace practices.
With a data breach, there are 72 hours to report. However, if you use technological safeguards like encryption and can make the data useless to the intruder, it can be relaxed.
As there are no clear-cut rules in GDPR, we have developed various tactics to ensure compliance without sacrificing user experience. We check competitor websites for new features and decide on the best practices for your business.
We analyze the personal data landscape, interconnections, and identify inconsistencies between data sets and systems to provide you with a view of the data status and data usage in your company.
We can guide you on whether company data should be processed across your infrastructure, in the cloud, or should have remote access. With the help of behavioral analytics and machine learning, we will enable you to control and manage data to prevent data leakage.
We analyze your company’s data privacy management system and strategize privacy controls. This will help your organization or its customers to avoid any financial or reputational harm.
Of small business have Completed Preparations for GDPR
Of small Business Unware of GDPR But have little understanding about this requirements
Of small business have Completred Preparations
Of sole traders have not started preparations for GDPR
Of microbusiness have not started prepartions for GDPR
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