Whether you are beginning your journey and wondering where to start, need to remove the pain of personal and sensitive data discovery and data proliferation risks or help with an end to end program of GDPR readiness, we offer a range of services to help.
Organisations processing personal data after May 2018 will be held more accountable for their data collection and use than ever before. So this provides companies with the opportunity to develop a much better understanding of their data landscape and how to use it to their strategic advantage.
The potential fines have been well publicised but what has been less well publicised are some of the must dos in terms of process and documentation that can also bring significant fines.
Compliance will not be a one off activity for May 2018 but an ongoing activity. As a first step organisations need to understand exactly what data they have, how it proliferates and who’s using it. They must be able to restrict its use to tasks for which consent has been given.
GDPR has attracted much attention and the key challenges for most organisations are:
With a clear deadline in sight, organisations need to start addressing these challenges.
Sogeti can work with you to help you minimise your risk of non-compliance, but also use this regulation as an opportunity to maximise your customers’ trust and, beyond compliance, create a true competitive advantage. Together with our sister company, Capgemini, we have the end-to-end consulting, organisational and technical skills, plus the frameworks to help you meet these aims.
Our clear approach to GDPR takes the complexity away and provides a clear roadmap for meeting GDPR requirements:
To sustain GDPR compliance for the long term, organisations must look beyond just the legal aspects to embrace the practical implications as well. This demands a global partner who can manage the entire chain of trust from advisory services to solutions implementation. We are that trusted partner.
Contact us to find out more about how we can help you meet your GDPR requirements, not just by May 2018 but also to help you sustain better data governance and customer relationships over the the longer term.