A global e-commerce company approached us for assistance in achieving GDPR compliance. The company had customers located in the EU, but also operated in various other regions around the world. Our team of experts began by conducting a thorough assessment of the company’s data processing practices, including identifying what personal data was being collected, how it was being used, and who it was being shared with.
Based on our assessment, we recommended a number of changes to the company’s policies and procedures to ensure compliance with GDPR. We helped the company to update their privacy notice to include all required information, such as the legal basis for processing personal data and the rights of data subjects. We also assisted with the development of a data protection impact assessment (DPIA) template that could be used for future projects involving personal data.
To further enhance the company’s compliance, we recommended the implementation of various technical and organizational measures, such as encryption of personal data, regular security testing, and training for employees on data protection principles. We worked closely with the company’s IT department to ensure that these measures were implemented effectively.
Through our comprehensive approach to GDPR compliance, the company was able to demonstrate their commitment to protecting the personal data of their customers, and avoid the risk of significant fines and reputational damage.