Improve your company’s internal processes from the viewpoint of data protection.
Data protection by design and by default
Integrate data protection into application development and IT architecture.
We turn the GDPR obligations as well as the privacy by design and privacy by default principles into practical measures. We take into account the nature of your business, your operating environment and information system architecture. We help you introduce the data protection policy and practice as part of your technical environment.
For us, cloud services are part of everyday life. Contact us when you want to ensure the data protection of your cloud computing architecture.
Indication of compliance with legislation: planning, implementation and monitoring
We will help you indicate that your company complies with the GDPR. Instead of mere documentation, we provide you with practices that genuinely benefit your company.
Traditionally, the data protection work of companies has been solely concerned with ensuring compliance with legislation. As a result of the new EU regulation, this will no longer suffice; instead, companies are obligated to indicate that they comply with the legislation and the principles laid down in the GDPR. In practice, this means new obligations concerning planning, documentation and impact assessment, such as:
- Documenting the processing of personal data
- Implementing and documenting risk surveys (so-called burden-of-proof provision)
- Planning the use of personal data as part of the development of new services and IT systems
- Carrying out impact assessment
The register holder must document any violations of personal data, including the details of information security violations, their effects and the corrective measures taken. The supervisory authority must be able to verify that the company has complied with article 33 of the regulation based on the documentation provided by the company.
Increasing staff engagement: training, instructions, animations
We help you motivate your staff to engage in the new data protection project.
Preparing for the GDPR is a joint project for the entire company staff. It is important to perceive the investment in data protection as an investment in the company’s reputation. Changes can only be successful with the input of the entire working community.
- Communications: how to communicate about data protection to clients?
- Marketing: how do the obligations affect marketing campaigns?
- Internal communications: how is the GDPR visible in daily work?