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GDPR Gap Analysis 

Data security is becoming increasingly relevant ahead of the EU General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), which become effective on 25th May 2018. GDPR has been designed to harmonise personal data privacy laws across Europe and bring data protection law in alignment with the new digital age. The GDPR will reshape the way in which organisations will need to approach the privacy of personal data. While some of the GDPR requirements will be familiar, much will be new and organisations will need to start preparing for these changes. 

3C Consultants have qualified GDPR practitioners and are able to assist you and your organisation, whether you have started the process or still in the planning stage, by providing a GDPR Gap Analysis. The results of the Gap Analysis supports you to achieve compliance and to protect your organisation from potential data breaches. This service also aims to enhance the relationship of trust between a housing association and it's customers, providing assurance that personal information is not just stored and processed securely, but that such evidence can be provided if required. 

The 3C GDPR Gap Analysis will provide your organisation with a preliminary assessment of your current level of compliance with the requirements of the GDPR, alongside a resulting report which will include recommendations, a prioritised action plan and pointers to guidance and best practice.

Get in touch with a member of the 3C team today to discuss your organisation’s GDPR requirements.

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Watch Colin's series on GDPR and how it might affect your business