5 Steps to GDPR Guide 2017-10-17T16:57:51+00:00

5 Steps to GDPR

Guide to getting ready for GDPR

5 Steps to GDPR

Guide to getting ready for GDPR
5 steps to prepare for GDPR covered
  • Identify Your Data
  • Review Your Policies and Technology
  • Set Up Data Protection
  • Create a Data Breach Plan & Test It
  • Implement Training and Reviews
Download our Comprehensive Guide



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5 steps to prepare for GDPR covered
  • Identify Your Data
  • Review Your Policies and Technology
  • Set Up Data Protection
  • Create a Data Breach Plan & Test It
  • Implement Training and Reviews

Secure your business from vulnerabilities and hackers

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25 May 2018. All organisations that process the personally identifiable information of EU residents will be required to abide by its provisions or face significant penalties.

Tougher penalties

GDPR makes provisions for considerably tougher penalties than the UK Data Protection Act. Organisations that breach the GDPR law provisions can expect fines of up to 4% of annual global turnover or €20 million (£17 million), whichever is greater. 

Compliant with regulation

UK organisations that do business in the EU with EU data subjects’ personal data have to comply with the regulation even if you’re not based in the EU.

The Five Steps to GDPR guide highlights the key measures you need to take to ensure you are on the right road to full GDPR compliance.

Download our Comprehensive Guide



We value your privacy and we will not share your e-mail address with any 3rd parties.

Secure your business from vulnerabilities and hackers

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25 May 2018. All organisations that process the personally identifiable information of EU residents will be required to abide by its provisions or face significant penalties.

Tougher penalties

GDPR makes provisions for considerably tougher penalties than the UK Data Protection Act. Organisations that breach the GDPR law provisions can expect fines of up to 4% of annual global turnover or €20 million (£17 million), whichever is greater. 

Compliant with regulation

UK organisations that do business in the EU with EU data subjects’ personal data have to comply with the regulation even if you’re not based in the EU.

The Five Steps to GDPR guide highlights the key measures you need to take to ensure you are on the right road to full GDPR compliance.

Ensure you are GDPR compliant

Data breaches today are commonplace and typically increase in scale and severity with each passing month, leading to damaging headlines. No organisation is bulletproof when it comes to data security so it’s vital that they are all aware of their new obligations under GDPR.

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