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GDPR Compliance Statement

Do you want to provide visitors to your office or website with an overview of how you are preparing for the GDPR? Maybe one of your suppliers or clients has asked you to provide a project plan for the actions you are taking to meet and comply with the new data protection Regulation.

Our GDPR Compliance Statement template describes the measures, controls and actions you are taking to prepare for, and implement the GDPR. It can be customised and corporate branded to suit your business type and requirements.

Click the button below to download our  GDPR Compliance Statement below in a .doc format:-

 

Legitimate Interests Assessment (LIA)

If you are considering relying on legitimate interests as a legal basis for processing under the GDPR, you will need to assess and evidence your reasons and decision. The Information Commissioner’s Office and Article 29 Working Party a provide guidance on what to include in an assessment, but do not yet provide the framework or a working template.

We have utilised the Regulation provisions and existing guidance in this area to develop our Legitimate Interests Assessment (LIA) template that can be used by any industry to assess and evidence their interests and reliance on using this legal basis. Whether for general personal data processing or for direct marketing purposes, our Word template is easy to use and can be customised to suit your requirements.

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GDPR

GDPR Articles 13 & 14 Information Disclosures infographic.

25th May 2018 brings the biggest change to data protection laws in a decade.

Download our infographic.

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Nothing in these documents should be treated as an authoritative statement of the law. Action should not be taken as a result of these alone. We make no warranty and accept no responsibility for consequences arising from relying on these documents.

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