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How to get your organisation started, compliant and finally ready for GDPR when it comes fully into force on the 25th May 2018.

GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is a new privacy regulation across the European Union but is in effect now. It provides individuals with more control over their personal data and ensures transparency about the use of personal data and requires security and control to protect it. It is about consent and your duty of care throughout the time you possess it.

Here are 4 key steps to help you identify how your organisation become compliant to the GDPR.

Step 1: Discover:

Do you need to comply with GDPR?

How prepared are you for GDPR?

If your organisation holds a living individual’s personal data on a database, electronic documents, email content, photo’s, CCTV footage, human resource files and it belongs to, or identifies an EU individual then your organisation must comply with GDPR.

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Step 2: Manage:

How your organisation processes and stores personal data and for what purposes. Individuals now have more control over their personal data with enhanced and additional rights under the General Data Protection Regulation, such as  ‘Right to be forgotten’, ‘Right to access’ and the ‘Right to amendment’ amongst others.

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Step 3: Protect:

GDPR makes the importance of data security even more important requiring                                                                                                                                                                                      organisations to take appropriate technical measures to protect individual’s                                                                                                                                                                                           personal data from loss, damage, unauthorised access or disclosure-referred                                                                                                                                                                                                          to as a breach.

Step 4: Report:

GDPR has new standards which means organisations must be more transparent, not only with handling data, but also how and when you report breaches to the authority (Information Commissioners Office-ICO) and to the individual people affected by the breach.


Make sure you do comply with GDPR by 25th May 2018 or serious fines could be imposed. Kelsey Networks can assist by carrying out a gap analysis to assist on where you are now and focus on developing compliance. More advice please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call us at 03456786500.

Kelsey Networks are upgrading client’s systems on the ‘Security by Design’ principle which builds in compliance. These systems are based typically on the Microsoft Azure Platform and Office 365 to enable a simpler compliance route along with technical enforcement along with Cyber Essentials.

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