New GDPR Health Check Service Launched!

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Act Now is pleased to announce the launch of its GDPR health check service.

GDPR represents the biggest change to the European data protection regime in 20 years. It will take effect on 25th May 2018 and the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has already confirmed that there will be no grace period after that date.

Now is the time to get your GDPR house in order.  There are many practical steps that can be taken quite easily. Some sectors are getting there; recent report by the ICO shows that local government is trying its best but there is more to do.

For those who have started (and may be stalled) or need a customised GDPR action plan, our experts are at hand. Our GDPR health check service will provide your organisation with:

  • A preliminary assessment of your current level of preparedness for GDPR;
  • A prioritised and specific compliance action plan;
  • Pointers to guidance, models and good practice resources relevant to your needs.

If required, we can also discuss how Act Now can assist you with implementation, through our acclaimed training offers or expert consultancy support.

Act Now has a proven track record in this area. We have undertaken many data protection consultancy projects in the last few years. In 2016 we won a contract to deliver consultancy services to a major organisation in the regulatory sector.

Our reputation is international. In 2015 Ibrahim Hasan and Paul Gibbons delivered data protection audit training to the Government of Brunei and our forthcoming GDPR Practitioner Certificate course in London has delegates from Spain and the USA!

Feel free to get in touch to discuss your requirements.

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