Other services Konstantin F November 11, 2021

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As companies begin to follow the EU-wide standards on the protection of personal data, they face the following issues:
  • Do we process personal data?
  • Does GDPR apply to our business processes?
  • What will be better: to hire a Data Protection Officer or to delegate?
  • Which legal basis is used to process personal data?
  • How to become GDPR-compliant?

Fortunately, the Data Privacy Office Europe team has developed a method to quickly and competently answer these questions and, thus, guide companies in moving to comply with the Regulations.

We have developed checklists, questionnaires and flowcharts, as well as standardized algorithms and analysis tools to make the analysis of specific cases as efficient and accurate as possible.

To accomplish this, you will be invited to a meeting with a certified expert online in the first instance. Let’s start by getting to know one another. Additionally, you will be able to establish whether you are required to comply with GDPR requirements. In addition, you will be able to decide what is the best course of action for your case.

What do we offer?

Audit GDPR

As part of the process, we will check whether individual processes, products, and software are GDPR-compliant. This enables you to identify existing shortcomings, show compliance to partners and Supervisory authorities, and eliminate existing flaws in working with personal data within your organization.

Privacy Policy and Notice Drafting

Interviewing employees, checking sites for tracking codes, counters, and forms, identifying the purpose and legal basis for processing, and setting data retention periods are all part of the procedure. In doing so, we will ensure that you receive a privacy policy that fully complies with the Regulation.

Privacy Policy and Notice Audit

To comply with all the updates of the GDPR rules, the privacy policy needs to be continuously revised. It is possible that the current policy is outdated, there might be errors in it, and all of these things will result in a fine for non-compliance. The policy needs to be audited regularly to ensure relevance.

DPIA

Through the DPIA process, companies can identify existing and planned measures to protect themselves from the potential risks inherent in working with personal data. Your company's risks will be identified, named, and evaluated. Consequently, you will receive a step by step action plan to eliminate them.

Privacy Engineering Team

Is your company tasked with developing a privacy-friendly product? Our outsourcing team of programmers, a software architect and GDPR-experts can give you a helping hand. We will check your app or website for GDPR-compliance according to the principles of Privacy by Design. Then we will correct the deficiencies and equip your employees with the skills to implement data protection in their own work in the future.

Data mapping

In order to comply with regulations, the first step is data mapping. Conducting a data mapping exercise will allow you to determine the implementation scope, stakeholders, and risks associated with GDPR implementation within your organization. Your company's plan of action will be the first step toward the Register of Personal Data Processing.

GDPR gap analysis

By identifying gaps in the data protection work and assessing the risks resulting from these violations, we uncover opportunities to improve. In order to correct errors, you receive an adapted work plan.

Record of processing activities

Businesses need to understand what personal data is collected, what it is used for, why and how long it is stored in order to comply with privacy laws. It is important that you are aware of the movement of personally identifiable information, as well as monetary movements.

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