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Practical support and advice to ensure your business’ data protection and GDPR compliance
If your organisation processes personal data, it is likely to be affected by the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), Data Protection Act 2018 and other privacy legislation.
The GDPR introduced significant reforms to the UK’s data protection landscape when it came into effect on 25 May 2018. Companies that fail to comply with GDPR could be liable for penalties equivalent to 4% of their annual turnover or up to £18 million.
These regulations will also still apply even after Britain leaves the EU and the European Data Protection Authority has the power to take action against businesses located anywhere in the world who fail to comply.
At Stonehewer Moss, our Data Protection and GDPR team comprise legal and compliance experts with specialist training in this field. They can help your organisation by providing practical advice and support to ensure you comply with the latest data protection legislation to give you peace of mind.
We offer a range of data protection and GDPR legal services from GDPR audits, ad-hoc legal counsel, to acting as your company’s outsourced Data Protection Officer (DPO).
To help you understand your level of compliance, and demonstrate it to customers and the ICO, we offer a fixed-price GDPR audit service for businesses. It will help to:
Our GDPR auditors are experienced in assessing and auditing companies against the requirements of the regulations. We have undertaken data audits for small to medium-sized businesses across a wide range of sectors.
This audit is ideal for new businesses or existing companies who perhaps feel that the processes and measures they put in place 2 years ago are not as robust as they should be.
Our Fixed-Fee: £950 +VAT
For more information or to arrange a GDPR Fixed-Fee Audit, please contact us.
For growing businesses with complex and extensive data protection compliance requirements who may not wish or cannot afford to appoint an in-house DPO, we can help by providing ad-hoc legal counsel or acting as your outsourced DPO.
By appointing us for an agreed number of days a week or month, our qualified and experienced data practitioner can attend your premises to manage all of your data compliance issues such as:
We can also act as your company’s Data Protection Officer (DPO) on a fixed-fee arrangement which includes an annual data audit.
This document contains GDPR Advice for Employees of Small & Medium Sized Business.
To enquire about our outsourced data protection services and to discuss your requirements, please contact us.
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