GDPR Guidance Understand what your business or organisation needs to become compliant with the GDPR.
Compliance Assessment Create a profile based on your operations and map your data management to generate a customised data protection programme.
Data Protection Officer Empower your DPO or responsible parties with the tools to implement and oversee ongoing compliance.
Governance Generate and serve customised data protection policies and contracts to your clients.
Employees Bring your staff quickly up to speed on their data protection through training and awareness programmes.
Data Sharing Limit your liability by defining contractually what other controllers can do with the personal data you share with them.
Compliance Manage subject consent, HR practices, information use and security, and electronic marketing and profiling.
Data Protection Impact Assessment Assess any data processing that may result in high risk to data subjects.
Subject Access Management Protect data subjects’ rights by honouring their requests for information access, rectification, erasure and portability.
Processors Protect the personal data you outsource to external parties, such as a payroll service company.
Data Breach Management Properly manage responses and report personal data breaches to the appropriate authorities.
Manage Data Protection GDPR’s intuitive interface will enable you to manage your data protection process from all devices via the cloud. It will integrate with your employee directory and provide access to multiple users. It is also scalable and flexible.
Demonstrate Compliance GDPR365’s central record-keeping tools will ensure that you have a complete audit trail.
Measure Impact GDPR’s status tool will show your progress towards compliance.
How We Support You
How We Support You
GDPR compliance is a requirement for almost all organisations with any involvement in the EU. Compliance will not be easy, but at 123DPO we have the tools, knowledge and resources to help.
By effectively using our online platform, you will be able to demonstrate that you have taken reasonable technical measures to enforce policies and compliance.
At 123DPO, we provide the complete wrap-around service to guide and assist you through the steps towards compliance with GDPR. Our GDPR365 gurus are available to assist you with a 24-hour e-mail helpdesk and business hours telephone support.
We are available whenever you have any questions about the platform, the modules and how they relate to the GDPR itself. In addition, we have plenty of resources for you to refer to. These include explainer and training videos which cover GDPR and the GDPR365 platform, documents, checklists and questionnaires.
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Map how an individual's personal data is processed by your organisation. GDPR365 customises your governance documentation and data protection tools.
Invite the team and staff members who will implement the plan to GDPR365 and assign responsibilities. Begin staff awareness and training on the GDPR.
Work through your compliance checklists. Finalise and publish your governance policies. Review consent processes and publish your notices. Implement your data subject requests and data breach management processes. Review and revise your processor and data sharing agreements.
Schedule quarterly reviews of ongoing processes such as processor and data sharing partners, breach incident management, data subject requests and employee education