Data Protection

We provide expert professional services, enabling the data revolution. By helping you to build trust with your customers in data handling, you will gain a competitive advantage.

Data protection for a new landscape

For most businesses, personal data processing is growing at an exponential rate. The need to protect such data is a key issue for all organisations.

There have been many high-profile data breaches which has resulted in a loss of consumer trust and corporate reputation, thus leading to concerns among regulators about how organisations manage personal data.

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) means that the financial risk of not protecting data has risen sharply. By working with firms to assess their data protection risks, we develop strategies which foster a culture of good practice and processes which protect businesses from the onerous risks associated with the GDPR.

With a sound understanding of the GDPR, we help companies to maximise the business opportunities presented by the data revolution.

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Our expertise provides insight into ensuring compliance for the GDPR and the Network and the Information Security Directive (NIS).

We also help organisations to have a robust framework for information protection under ​ISO 27001, which can help provide the foundation for GDPR compliance.

Our expertise within the Connected Devices space can expand on these foundations by assessing the edge devices and networks which are increasingly becoming part of the scope for a security project.

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Data protection for a

new landscape

With the huge growth of personal data processing, the legal requirements for organisations to protect and secure individual data is a fundamental business issue.

There have been many high-profile data breaches which has resulted in a loss of consumer trust and corporate reputation, thus leading to concerns among regulators about how organisations manage personal data.

GDPR has seen the financial risks of not protecting data rise sharply. By working with firms to assess their data protection risks, we develop strategies which foster a culture of good practice and processes which protect businesses from the onerous risks associated with the GDPR.

With a sound understanding of the GDPR, we help companies to maximise the business opportunities presented by the data revolution.

GDPR

Awareness

As part of an education series in collaboration with Forum Business Media, Gemserv’s resident expert, Ivana Bartoletti, breaks down some of the complexities that come with the regulation and how you can manage your implementation programme.

Record of processing activities

Ivana breaks down one of the most important steps of any GDPR programme – the record of processing activities

GDPR and Brexit

Ivana identifies how the GDPR will affect us if the UK leaves the EU.

Data Protection Officers

Ivana explains the role of a Data Protection Officer and why you need one.

Data

GDPR regulations place a significant emphasis on the accountability and governance of data held within an organisation. Due to this, a key requirement for certain organisations is to appoint a Data Protection Officer (DPO).

A DPO oversees and monitors a company’s data protection strategy to ensure compliance with GDPR requirements. Our experience allows us to support existing in-house DPOs or provide an outsourced DPO to act on behalf of an organisation.

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