Audent provides GDPR services to help reduce the risk of personal data exposure.
The biggest drivers for general data protection regulation readiness is the protection of personal data and any information leading to the discovery of personal information. (Not forgetting a fine of 2% to 4% of global turnover is a motivation too). From mobile IMEI numbers to portable storage devices and opt in schemes for customer data. Information technology is only part of the overall GDPR landscape, spanning processes, policies and reporting.
Audent provides planning, strategy and implementation support with an innovative Data Protection Officer as a service concept. Educated in GDPR, data protection laws and practices, our team of consultants are experienced in providing support for the Ministry of Justice and the Supreme Court amongst many. Tony Richards (Audent’s Chief Compliance Officer) who heads up the practice says: “This is a great service to add a virtual resource to your team assisting with the management of GDPR, reducing the risk of exposure and subsequent fines.”
If you are looking for practical advice or a service to manage GDPR across your organisation, then contact us, we will be happy to help.