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We provide affordable GDPR services and data protection support including assessments, compliance implementation, data protection management and DPO services.
We know that data protection can seem complex and time consuming. Our clients typically need specialist guidance but not a full-time data protection team
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Our adaptable and knowledgeable team has delivered GDPR compliance across industries from startup’s to PLC.
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Our bespoke GDPR delivery framework ensures data privacy compliance is delivered without disruption of business operations.
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Director of Operations at Frontier Developments PLC
Relentless were invaluable in helping us prepare for GRPR. They engaged with our organisation fist to understand how we worked and our needs, before providing a workable plan to compliance and support beyond. We have now engaged with Relentless for our outsourced DPO service.
Relentless delivered our GDPR assessment and implementation project to a very high standard. Their expertise in this area allowed them to work with all business units without any interruption of operations . They also provided expert legal services in relation to contracts and privacy policies. We have now engaged with Relentless for their ongoing outsourced GDPR Advisory Service.
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Who does GDPR affect ?
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What steps should businesses consider to address this?
There are several steps businesses should consider to address this right and the requirements related to it in the Act, including:
- identifying and inventorying the categories and specific types of personal information a business collects and shares, which is commonly achieved by data flow mapping;
- updating privacy policies, disclosures and notices to adequately disclose their personal information collection practices, including the information listed above; and
- implementing policies and procedures that provide an avenue for a consumer to request the information described above and enable the business to meet those requests, including a process for verifying identity. At a minimum, businesses must provide:
- (1) a toll free phone number and
- (2) a contact method provided on the businesses’ website, if the business has a website.
How is the collection of data defined under CCPA ?
Consider the CaCPA, a business’s collection of personal information is defined to include “buying, renting, gathering, obtaining, receiving, or accessing . . . by any means.” CaCPA § 1798.140(e). This includes both:
(1) actively gathering information about a consumer through forms or other means of communication; and
Do companies need to be compliant after Brexit ?
What is the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) ?
Companies with annual gross revenues of more than $25 million are required to comply with the CCPA if they collect consumers’ personally-identifiable data. Business entities of any size and type may also be required to comply if they work with the data of at least 50,000 consumers or derive at least half of their annual revenues from selling consumers’ personal information. Companies could be liable for civil penalties of up to $750 per exposed user or $7,500 per other violation, injunctive or declaratory relief, or other court-approved relief for noncompliance.
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- the categories and specific pieces of personal information the business has collected;
- the sources from which the business collected the personal information;
- the business or commercial purpose for collecting the personal information; and
- the categories of third parties with whom the business shares the personal information.