GDPR QuickStart Assessment
GET AHEAD OF THE GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION
GDPR QuickStart rapidly frames your GDPR needs, either by outlining and prioritising the steps towards compliance, or by calling upon industry expertise to validate your existing approach.
- Answers the most important question – How do I start the journey towards GDPR compliance?
- Informs executives and key stakeholders about the requirements and implications of the GDPR
- Helps you understand where and how the GDPR impacts your business and captures the biggest risks
- Provides straightforward advice on how to address risks and where you need to focus your GDPR efforts
- Structures your initial approach to achieving compliance
For many organisations the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will require material change across a number of functions: legal, compliance, IT solution architecture & design, third party supplier management and security operations to name a few. Untangling the legislation and how it impacts your business can be challenging but with the deadline looming ever closer, businesses need to put plans in motion now.
Our QuickStart assessment provides the first steps towards becoming GDPR compliant. GDPR QuickStart provides a framework that combines our GDPR know-how with your in-depth business knowledge to rapidly frame your GDPR needs, and to prioritise the activities you need to undertake to become compliant. Don’t worry if you’ve already started work on the GDPR, QuickStart can also be used to validate your existing approach and plans.
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How does it work?
Our GDPR experts will run workshops and interviews with key stakeholders and SMEs within your organisation to assess the impact of the GDPR. The workshops will look at the requirements of the regulation and the ability of existing people, process and tools to meet those requirements. Where gaps are identified, potential solutions to address or mitigate them will be proposed. To ensure the analysis and corresponding solutions are holistic, the impact of the GDPR is viewed from 3 different perspectives: Executive, Operational and Business Services.
What’s in the report?
Following the workshops, data is collated and analysed to produce a final report which includes:
- A GDPR Scorecard
- Initial inventory of business services and applications impacted by the GDPR
- Description of significant capability gaps and their potential impact on the business
- Key recommendations and priorities for becoming compliant
- If appropriate, a proposal for a GDPR “Road to Green” engagement to develop a complete plan for compliance
Kite are working closely with our specialist partner – Company85. Headquartered in London they are an independent IT consulting firm specialising in enterprise-class information and protection, transformation and service management. By working with an independent advisor we can ensure that our customers are given the best possible guidance from specialists in the GDPR sector.