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GDPR

Map the risks and develop an action plan

The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will enter into force in 2018. It means that all EU companies and organizations in possession of individuals’ personal data must have sufficient and secure management and control of this information. Organizations must be able to justify why they have this information, and have procedures in place to quickly erase data upon request. Violation of the GDPR can result in fines of up to 4% of an organization’s turnover.

How does your company manage personal data?

These records can include much more than just names, identification numbers and addresses; they can contain information about a person’s opinions, religious beliefs and health, and even photographs that can be used to identify the individual.

System Verification can help you identify areas of your operations which are affected by GDPR and develop an action plan to satisfy the requirements of this legislation. We offer project management, testing, change and requirements management services, as well as review.

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We take a pragmatic approach and provide concrete suggestions for how you can take action.

5 steps to an action plan

01 What is your risk category?
02 Where are the GDPR-related shortcoming in your system?
03 What need to be done?
04 Who needs to be informed?
05 How can we make the necessary changes efficiently?
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What is GDPR?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is an EU regulation designed to strengthen the rights of EU citizens. GDPR will replace the Swedish Personal Data Act (PUL) and will enter into force on 25 May 2018.

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Is your business information secured?

Is the security of your IT systems and applications sufficient to meet regulatory requirements? We can help you develop and test your IT security.

How can we help you?

Don’t hesitate to contact us. Surely, we can help you whatever industry you are working in.

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