Is GDPR the proverbial “elephant in the room”?
You can find plenty of information about GDPR, but it is not easy to start working on it yourself and bringing your organisation into line. It requires legal and technological know-how, and especially time, which is often not available. Request a meeting.
GDPR Quickstart voor KMO's
Take the right steps today to comply with GDPR and your data security
The GDPR QuickStart offers you – with limited investment of time and money – a foothold in the form of two clear and strategically applicable reports tailored to your organisation:
A security report with improvement proposals. The vulnerabilities in your network, software and infrastructure are exposed. We can discuss technologies that can be used in order of importance and with an indication of the impact on your budget.
You get a clear picture of the extent to which you are complying with GDPR today. You will know which steps need to be taken and in what order. This report focuses on both the organisational and technological measures that GDPR imposes on you.
GDPR in a nutshell
From 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires you to identify and secure the personal data that your organisation manages. You must communicate transparently about how you do this, search and report incidents causing your data to be leaked, and finally, you must also train your employees about GDPR and safe online behaviour. And what if you do not comply and become the victim of a cyber attack? The penalties are huge.
Most SMEs do not know how or where to start. Our aim is to divide the overwhelming GDPR into a clear, phased approach.
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Level 1 Specialist
These generalists usually have a very broad knowledge. They can usually solve most relatively simple or common issues and are most often found to be part of your current ICT staff.
Level 2 Specialist
When a relatively inexperienced generalist runs into issues he can't fix, a Level 2 specialist enters the scene. With years of experience and a number of certificates on his name he can come over and look deeply into the matter and identify the cause of the issue. If he or she can't solve the issue because it's so specific/technical/complex, they'll have to attend to the Level 3 specialist.
Level 3 Specialist
With many years of experience these experts distance themselves from the level 2 specialists by being maximally certified in certain solutions. This means they'll know exactly what to do, immediately, no matter how complex the issue. Not only can they solve the most complex challenges, but they can also support you by providing insights and expertise in using the most high-end solutions. Ensuring you'll use the often expensive solutions to their maximum capacities.