IT Governance encourages compliance professionals to participate in its second GDPR survey
IT Governance’s GDPR Survey is designed to consider the extent of consciousness organisations have of the GDPR and assess the progress achieved with their compliance undertaking. Based on the survey outcomes IT Governance will probably be publishing a report, which goals to inform the event of complete options for GDPR compliance which can be suited to the challenges confronted by knowledge safety professionals.
Alan Calder, the founder and chief government officer of IT Governance, mentioned: “This is the second 12 months we’ll be working a GDPR survey to assess the progress organisations are making in phrases of GDPR compliance. Last 12 months’s GDPR Report on implementation challenges and milestones for early adopters confirmed that organisations had been on the starting stage or had been simply beginning to work in the direction of GDPR compliance.
“In 2018, we expect that many organisations are compliant with the GDPR or are working towards it. However, we do expect to find a few companies who have not begun their project yet, which considering the law will come into force on 25 May 2018 and imposes extortionate fines for companies that are in breach with the Regulation, is concerning.”
The 2017 GDPR Report emphasised the dearth of expertise and assets required to assist organisations obtain GDPR compliance as one of many predominant challenges confronted by organisations. Furthermore, outcomes advised that professionals had been battling conducting danger assessments, creating insurance policies and procedures, and conducting an information safety affect evaluation or an information audit in compliance with the Regulation.
IT Governance would really like to hear from knowledge safety professionals about what their enterprise is doing, or planning to do, in order to obtain compliance with the GDPR. All the responses to the survey will probably be handled anonymously and contributors can choose in to obtain a replica of the report.
Moreover, contributors in the GDPR Survey have the prospect to win a £350 IT Governance voucher, which can be utilized on their very own skilled improvement or to assist assist GDPR compliance tasks.
Organisations working in the direction of GDPR compliance undertaking can reap the benefits of IT Governance’s GDPR One-stop store, which incorporates a variety of compliance options corresponding to: GDPR books and documentation toolkits, training courses and qualifications, staff awareness, compliance software and consultancy services.
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