Do you want to understand your organisation’s compliance position? The DPAS compliance audit includes a look into UK GDPR, Data Protection Act 2018, PECR (and other relevant legislation), information security, codes of conduct, and best practice. In the constantly evolving environment, and continued move to digital data, it has never been more important to ensure that your data is appropriately protected, and your organisation is employing the appropriate techniques for success. New technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, and the uptick in Software as a Service providers, alongside a rapidly changing privacy landscape, are meaning organisations are faced with more compliance challenges, and information security threats than ever before.
Completing an external audit will help you identify vulnerabilities, mitigate risk, and ensure regulatory compliance. In addition, an assured external audit, provided by subject matter experts can help establish trust with existing employees, current customers, and new prospects. Just as crucially, it can help to raise awareness internally, and promote best practice within your organisation, resulting in long-term culture changes that can benefit compliance.
Our team of experienced data protection consultants will work closely with you to understand your current position, looking at policies, procedures, accountability documentation, and technical and organisational security measures. DPAS can perform compliance audits onsite, or offsite, allowing your organisation to continue business as usual with little to no disruption to your operations. Your dedicated DPAS consultant will use a variety of tools to investigate your current position, establishing where you may have data protection risks, and compliance gaps. Following this discovery phase, you will be provided with an extensive report, pragmatic recommendations, remedial advice, and an action plan on how to implement change in order to improve your position.
With our Data Protection and Information Security Audit service, you will gain a deeper understanding of your security posture and current adherence to data protection laws, alongside a comprehensive remedial plan to ensure you can mitigate risks and improve overall compliance.