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With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and Data Protection Act of 2018 in full effect, it’s crucial for businesses to take all the necessary steps to protect company and customer data.
Trying to understand all the data protection regulations and issues on your own can be an intimidating task, and there is no room for error under GDPR. With regulation of personal data constantly adapting and updating, your organisation should take every necessary precaution to stay compliant with tighter rules and higher fines.
Ensure your business stays compliant with our expert data protection and GDPR solicitors at DPP GDPR. Our team has a deep understanding of the complexities of data protection law, and we have experience assisting clients through all aspects of their compliance obligations.
We’ll guide you through every step of getting your business GDPR compliant, from navigating contract law and internal investigations to supporting your HR department and HR processes. We can advise your business on day to day issues, such as access requests, or we can act as specialist advisors for your in-house data protection officers.
Keep your organisation GDPR compliant with specialist legal services from DPP GDPR. Learn more about our compliance services below, or get in touch today to discuss how we can assist you.
What are the fines for non-compliance under the GDPR?
There are two tiers of administrative fines under the GDPR:
- Lower level GDPR penalties: Fines of up to €10 million or 2% of annual global turnover, whichever is greater, can be issued for low-level infringements.
- High-level GDPR penalties: Fines of up to €20 million or 4% of annual global turnover, whichever is greater, can be issued for more serious infringements.
GDPR fines are discretionary and are usually imposed on a case-by-case basis. You can receive a reduced fine by cooperating and taking immediate steps to resolve the situation.
What can I do now to ensure GDPR compliance?
- Carry out a GDPR audit of the information your company currently holds about staff and customers, and how long you should retain the data for. These audits should be carried out as an ongoing process.
- Conduct GDPR training and awareness courses for staff.
- Update any contracts with suppliers and thirds parties to ensure data protection terms and conditions are applied.
- Review marketing processes and HR processes to cleanse data and review where consent is needed.
- Consult a data protection advisor to adapt to modern GDPR regulations.
Why choose DPP GDPR?
Our knowledgeable solicitors will work closely with your organisation and data protection officers to help you understand your obligations regarding compliance. We’ll provide clear advice and support to help you review your current business processes and implement effective compliance strategies.
We have experience in assisting with cases from all aspects of GDPR law, from giving legal advice regarding data retention and data breaches, to preparing and reviewing contract clauses and privacy notices.
Protect your organisation from GDPR penalties and non-compliance fines. Contact our specialist data protection solicitors today for expert legal advice.
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