Tools to Help Prepare Your Business for GDPR

Get Ready for 25th May 2018

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Get Compliant

  • GDPR Planner to work through getting compliant.
  • Data audit tasks to help review how data is collected, held and used.
  • A Policy Builder which can be published to your team.
  • Policy templates to fast track your preparation.

Stay Compliant

  • Data asset register, so you know what type of data you hold and where it is.
  • Reminders and tasks to keep you on track with your policies.
  • Ticketing system to manage everything including subject access requests.
  • A full audit trail just in case you need it.

Use the pre-defined template blocks to build policies

Choose from a wide range, and expanding, of contract and policy templates to get you going.

Add the templates that apply to your business activities directly into the GDPR Planner to personalise your policy.

See which templates are available

We Can Help

i-Comply-GDPR, our web-based application provides you with a one-stop place to get compliant, and then stay compliant, including:

  • GDPR Planner to work through getting compliant.
  • Data audit tasks to help review how data is collected, held and used.
  • A Policy Builder, complete with policy templates, which can be published to your team.
  • Data asset register, so you know what type of data you hold and where it is.
  • Reminders and tasks to keep you on track with your policies.
  • Ticketing system to manage everything including subject access requests.
  • A full audit trail just in case you need it.

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Speak to our helpful team on 01270 611800.

Gaynor Chris

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Hi,

As you may already know, new data protection regulations (General Data Protection Regulation – or GDPR for short) from the EU come into force on 25th May 2018.

So what?

Well, it means that on top of everything else, every company has to consider how it handles personally identifiable data, how and why the data is needed, how long for and who should have access to it.

If you think that this does not apply to your or your business, you may need to think again. Most likely you hold ...

Richard Coope

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Founder & Managing Director

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