General Data Protection Regulation compliance
Article 42 of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) introduces the concept of certification to the regulation.  However, the text of the GDPR does not easily lend itself to the process of  compliance or certification. For instance there are numerous mandatory requirements that are scattered throughout the document and so it is necessary to read the regulation in its entirety and list them all. Also, there are references made to requirements such as "appropriate technical and organisational measures" which are open to interpretation.

Our team at Clayton Security has analysed the regulation in depth and have compiled the requirements into a GDPR Implemenation Standard which is available to anyone who is interested, free of charge. It is intended to act as a practical guide to organizations wanting to comply with the regulation.

Now, whilst our team has put effort into ensuring it is accurate and appropriate, we do not assume to have it 100% correct and so we are releasing it also to garner comments and suggestions to improve it. Indeed, if there are organizations out there who are interested in meeting to set up a colaborative process we would be pleased to hear from you.

To download a PDF copy of CS-001 GDPR Implementation standard V1.0 click on the link at the bottom of the page.

This page will be updated as we go into the GDPR in more depth so please visit it again or contact us. 

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