The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a regulation by which the European Parliament, the European Council and the European Commission intend to strengthen and unify data protection for individuals within the European Union (EU).
How can we help you in GDPR?
IntegrityGRC is a comprehensive and integrated system that enables organisations to map their data and efficiently control, track, manage, document and demonstrate ongoing evidence of compliance with General Data Protection Regulation.
The asset mapping approach enables organisations to identify, categorise, assess and track the intangible assets in its possession and in addition recognises and leverages the resources in the organisation.
IntegrityGRC platform allows organisations to design the implementation of relevant controls for an effective management of assets through the coordination of the workflows and delegation of activities which, in turn, will generate the production of documents that validate the evidence of compliance with the regulation.
Monitor and Control
The primary purpose of the monitor phase is to verify deliverables against regulatory requirements. This process involves oversight, reviewing, and reporting the compliance status and if unforeseen risks or issues are detected, which unable to reach completion, corrective and preventative actions are reported to bring the evidence back into alignment with the regulation. IntegrityGRC streamlines the process and improves effectiveness.
How can INTEGRITY Team support your organisation?
The combination of our know-how, our dedication to Information Security practice, our experience, and our certifications allow us to efficiently put into practice the Information Security Consulting projects through which we help our clients reach their aims according to their organisational and business background.
Prepare, execute and deliver analysis reports of data protection maturity assessment.
Analysis of the privacy inventory and information flows to identify potential risks.
Perform a Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA).
Establish a risk treatment plan for those high inherent risks.
Identification of mandatory privacy management activities to monitor the production of GDPR compliance evidence.
Provide suitable tools to schedule, automate, monitor and register GDPR compliance evidence.
Define and operationalize procedures to monitor Data Privacy requirements.
Engage and report to stakeholders on the status of data privacy management.
Define and document roles and responsibilities for individuals responsible for data privacy.