On 25 May 2018, the GDPR ushered in new rights for data subjects and strengthened existing ones, increasing data controllers’ responsibilities. Companies failing to comply could have their data processing suspended or be fined up to EUR€20 million or 4% of their global turnover, whichever is higher. And the National Commission for Data Privacy (CNPD) has launched an onsite inspection campaign with a packed agenda.
KPMG’s services and expertise can help you comply with the GDPR — we’ve supported many companies across various sectors and setups.
So, whether you:
- have not yet taken concrete steps to comply
- have carried out a gap analysis
- have put a compliance project in place
- consider yourself compliant
… we can help you with the following:
- Gap analysis of your data privacy framework versus regulation.
- Identification and inventory of your processing activities.
- Data Privacy Impact Assessments (DPIAs)
- Definition of a realistic action plan and implementation project.
- Assistance during implementation.
- Continuous post-implementation support.
- Assessment of your data privacy control framework.
Our support activities include:
- Implementing your data privacy framework.
- Managing your data privacy program.
- Selecting, implementing and/or integrating privacy tools.
- Training employees and organizing awareness sessions.
- Designing, completing or reviewing your processing activity record.
- Performing and documenting DPIAs.
- Conducting internal audits.
- Conducting readiness assessment and assistance with the implementation of GDPR certification schemes such as Europrivacy™/® (1) and CARPA. Read more.
- Supporting DPOs in their daily tasks.
- Acting as a DPO.
1 KPMG Luxembourg has been selected and qualified as a Europrivacy official partner by the European Centre for Certification and Privacy.
Europrivacy is an international trademark registered in several jurisdictions.
More About Europrivacy: www.europrivacy.com
Time to look beyond GDPR compliance in your privacy journey
In its 2018 annual report, the CNPD (National Commission for Data Protection) outlines its activities following the entry into force of GDPR in May of the same year. Join us as we take a closer look at some of the key findings impacting every organization’s privacy journey.
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