GDPR GAP Analysis

The GDPR GAP Analysis consists of studying the current situation from a legal, technical and organizational point of view, for the purpose of implementing the best recommendations for compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). It seeks to highlight the standard requirements and the shortcomings with respect to those requirements, to establish an appropriate action plan to the needs of the organization.

Development

Our service is based on a Capacity Evaluation Model, aligned with the international standard ISO / IEC 29190, which allows:

  • Evaluate the level of competence of the organization regarding protection of personal information, legislation and current legislation.
  • Establish a model that allows comparing the processes of the organizations to treat personal information, according to current legislation.

Safety assessment

Our service is based on a Capacity Evaluation Model, aligned with the international standard ISO / IEC 29190, which allows:

  • Evaluate the level of competence of the organization regarding protection of personal information, legislation and current legislation.
  • Establish a model that allows comparing the processes of the organizations to treat personal information, according to current legislation.

Report and next steps

The GDPR GAP Analysis report assesses the main risks and needs in this area, serving as a roadmap and action plan for future actions in this area, as well as for the recording and inventory of treatment activities.

Once GDPR GAP Analysis is done, it is recommended to continue with the next phase; GDPR Compliance.

To get a budget without commitment, complete this GDPR Pre-Questionnaire.

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

With the entry into force of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which will be applied from May 25, 2018 on, organizations face a major challenge. They will have to implement the necessary measures and controls to ensure compliance before that date.

The GDPR includes a number of new rights and novel requirements such as Risk Analysis, Impact Assessments for certain treatments or Reporting of Safety Gaps. In addition, the principle of Accountability will imply the need to demonstrate compliance at all times.

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