We assess your organisation’s readiness for GDPR compliance and establish a practical approach to address the most critical data privacy risks and avoid heavy financial penalties
GDPR will come into force in the spring of 2018, at which point non compliant organisations risk heavy fines (up to 4% of your company global turnover). This applies to every company in a member state of the EU and other companies having data exchanges with EU member states – which basically includes every business. Organisations have a challenging timeframe to prepare for GDPR compliance.
To help organisations start preparing for it, Wavestone has developed a GDPR compliance assessment. This will provide organisations with:
- An understanding of their current status and readiness for the GDPR requirements: accountability, privacy by design, data breach notification and right to erasure
- A holistic 360° pragmatic action plan to enable organisation to address the most critical data privacy risks and be prepared for GDPR compliance
We have 20 years of experience in cybersecurity and data privacy, particularly within countries that have already introduced strong data privacy regulations. Our GDPR compliance assessment is focused on operational elements of the business, with practical recommendations to improve processes for compliance. We leverage our knowledge of the 10 most critical data privacy risks relevant to the organisation’s industry sector to accelerate the compliance assessment.
Wavestone can deliver GDPR compliance assessment within 3 weeks.