Prepare Your Organisation: GDPR Compliance Solutions

Carrenza offers GDPR compliance solutions that will help your business prepare for the new regulation when it comes into force in May.

The European Union will be enforcing the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on 25th May 2018. GDPR affects any business that handles EU citizens or businesses’ personal data, regardless of how and when Brexit comes into effect. Failure to comply with GDPR will be expensive, with fines reaching 20 million euros or more. Put simply, all businesses will need to take steps to prepare themselves.

Carrenza GDPR compliance management serviceAutomated GDPR Data Scan

Your business needs to understand where Personal Identifiable Information (PII) is held, and how it is processed. Carrenza’a Automated GDPR Data Scan solution forms your first step towards GDPR compliance. The Automated GDPR Data Scan utilises sophisticated Risk Intelligence software to scan connected devices and provide a detailed view of PII data, risks, and vulnerabilities.

GDPR Readiness Assessment Review

Complementing the GDPR Data Scan is our GDPR Readiness Assessment Review. The consultant-led review analyses your organisation’s data processes and procedures assesses their suitability and offers suggestions as to how they can be updated in order to comply with GDPR. You will be presented with an easy to understand and act on the report, which includes graphical representations of your PII estate and GDPR preparedness.

Effective GDPR Compliance Solutions

Your organisation needs to take GDPR compliance seriously. 25th May 2018 is closer than you think, and – with the potential penalties for non-compliance running into the millions – you need to establish your data protection posture right away.

Carrenza will support you throughout your GDPR compliance journey, with the Automated GDPR Scan and GDPR Readiness Assessment Review solutions forming the backbone of your data protection strategy.


About the Author

Andrew Mellish is the public sector business manager for Carrenza and has been working in the IT industry for almost 20 years. Within Carrenza, Andrew takes full responsibility for setting the business strategy for the public sector team as well as working with public sector clients to help them with their digital transformation strategy.

Carrenza is the public sector arm of Six Degrees, a leading UK based cloud managed services provider with expertise in multi-cloud, voice & telephony, data & networking, and managed services.

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