GDPR Annual Audit
Keeping on top of GDPR can be a challenge and it is surprising how quickly your documentation can become out of date.
We recommend a variety of ways to keep data privacy front of mind and keep your whole team engaged.
We have developed a GDPR self-audit checklist to help clients assess where they are and what needs to be done.
Refresher workshops are available for staff leading your GDPR project to ensure that they are keeping abreast with developments and best practice.
The ComplyGDPR Toolkit is a modular solution. At the heart of it is the data protection handbook, accompanied by a supporting action plan and document template resources.
It explains in a practical way how GDPR specifically applies to your executive search, interim management or recruitment team. Most importantly it guides you through exactly what to do.
A number of businesses outside the EEA have successfully used our Toolkit to help equip them to work with EU clients and candidates.
The Toolkit includes recommended processes, policies, forms, clauses, checklists, documents and templates for assignment work and your internal HR processes.
The manual has been co-written by us and our legal advisors.
Documents and advice are kept up to date with the latest GDPR developments and guidance.
Our support includes a client helpline for quick advice on GDPR issues or how to apply the advice in the Toolkit.
In the event of a data breach we provide support on how to handle the situation and provide practical advice.
Webinars are held on key topics and trends that we are seeing with our clients and the regulators.
We have a library of resources and documentation materials, including webinars on specific topics.
We are continuously updating our materials to reflect changes or clarifications to GDPR regulations and to help our clients understand best practice.
Our clients receive a regular newsletter with updates on GDPR, news about DPA18/PECR and other relevant data protections matters for the recruitment sector, access to our client portal and invitations to events.
A recent survey in the executive search and recruitment sector revealed that over 90% of data breaches are caused by staff error.
Ensuring that staff are trained appropriately and that training records are kept demonstrates commitment to GDPR. This reduces risk of a breach and will be required for a breach investigation.
We have a number of training options to ensure that all of your staff understand and are kept up to date with GDPR. These include
- Train the trainer courses for GDPR leaders
- Online computer based modules for staff
- Online knowledge checks
- Provision of reports and staff training records.
IT Risk Audit
The UK government’s recent cyber risk survey found that whilst 69 per cent of businesses say their senior management consider cyber security is a very or fairly high priority for their organisation, only half of businesses have actually taken action to identify cyber risks.
Whether you are running your own IT or are outsourcing your IT services, ensure that you understand the risk areas in your business by commissioning an independent GDPR IT Risk Audit with one of ComplyGDPR’s IT audit partners.