We are pleased to share our GDPR FAQ Guide, created in partnership with Robert Half and the multinational law firm Baker McKenzie to help organizations understand, prepare and operate under the GDPR. This guide covers the GDPR basics and focuses on critical areas such as third-party risk, data-privacy rights, consent management and privacy notices.
Protiviti designs holistic and comprehensive approaches to GDPR compliance, supporting privacy and security by design, assessing readiness, and helping businesses better understand their data-privacy posture. In addition, our compliance solutions cover people, processes and technologies to help drive sustainable and effective privacy programs.
We will work with you to build your organization’s GDPR program, including consultation on the following:
We support clients during all stages of their GDPR compliance efforts. Our organization integrates global consulting talent from different practices and backgrounds to provide you with a custom team to address your GDPR needs, including functional expertise from our Global Security and Privacy practice and our Data and Analytics teams and legal and privacy support from Robert Half Legal.
“Protiviti did a great job in helping us to address the privacy challenge with a very strong risk-based approach and had a very pragmatic blended team that provided us several valuable solutions and very effective change management communication materials to address all the organizational and technology impacts required by new privacy regulations.”
– Compliance Officer, top listed global manufacturing company
Protiviti assists organizations in achieving clarity and compliance around privacy risk governance programs, including GDPR. We help companies understand the impacts of regulatory requirements, assess and remediate processes and technologies and implement changes to achieve and maintain compliance. Our approach to GDPR compliance includes:
Protiviti's Technology Consulting Managing Director Jeff Sanchez and Security and Privacy Managing Director Michael Walter share their insights on how organizations with EU employees or customers will be able to demonstrate compliance as new EU GDPR is scheduled to take effect on May 25, 2018.
Listen to our experts discuss GDPR, share how it impacts various types of organizations and functional areas, and identify common GDPR gaps and technical components.
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