With the deadline for compliance with GDPR or General Data Protection Regulation fast approaching (May 2018), it’s essential to take action urgently to avoid getting caught out.
Whilst there are numerous governance and procedural issues that need to be addressed, there is certainly a role for technology and TSG can support you by implementing a number of potential quick wins that will help to protect your business from potential data breaches.
TSG's GDPR Roadshow
We're running a series of must attend events to help you understand your obligations, the implications for your business and key actions you should take as soon as possible.
We’re delighted to be joined by PwC who will address information governance, whilst TSG’s CTO Paul Burns will identify a number of key technologies that could support your journey to compliance.
According to ICO guidance, awareness and appreciation of the impact of GDPR is the first step to compliance, so the simple act of attending the event has a value. More importantly, we’ll set out a roadmap, actions and timelines along with a resource pack that will help you with your planning.
Why you can't afford to ignore GDPR
Fines of £17.5m or 4% of global turnover, whichever is higher.
Key principles such as the right to be forgotten and information requests.
The requirement to notify a data breach is within 72 hours.
The need to establish a clear legal basis for holding and processing personal data.
Where technology can support GDPR compliance
DISCOVERYIdentifying what personal data you hold
Govern how data is used and accessed
Establish controls to prevent, detect and respond to vulnerabilities and breaches
Maintain documentation, manage data requests and report breaches
Security and compliance technologies
For businesses that hold large or complex datasets, TSG has expertise across a number of technologies that will help to organise, manage and apply access rules to ensure that you can categorise appropriately and respond to information requests promptly.