Documentation templates will help organisations prepare for EU GDPR compliance ahead of 2018 deadline

26/04/2016

IT Governance, the leading provider of compliance documentation toolkits, is pleased to offer for pre-order the latest edition in its successful range of documentation toolkits, the EU General Data Protection Regulation Documentation Toolkit.
 
The EU GDPR, approved on 14 April 2016, introduces extensive changes to the data protection landscape and holds severe consequences for non-compliance. Organisations can potentially face fines of up to 4% of annual turnover or €20 million.
 
All organisations will be required to make significant changes to policies, processes and contracts, as well as in technical and organisational compliance measures.
 
The toolkit is designed to help organisations with the essential preparation needed to meet the requirements of the new EU GDPR. 
 
The toolkit contains all the documents necessary for compliance with the EU GDPR, including guidelines for mapping the flow of data, a privacy audit procedure, templates to help create accurate privacy notices to customers, data breach processes and procedures, international transfer procedures, consent templates, information security policies and other core documents required for meeting the new Regulation.
 
The EU General Data Protection Regulation Documentation Toolkit provides a comprehensive set of customisable document templates developed by legal and information security experts, and is designed to save the user weeks of work.  
 
The toolkit is available on pre-order now via the IT Governance website.
 
Find out more about ITGP toolkits here.
 
The documentation toolkit has been developed by IT Governance Publishing (ITGP), a division of IT Governance.
 
For further information about IT Governance’s range of EU GDPR products and services, please visit the website, or contact our sales team directly by emailing us on servicecentre@itgovernance.co.uk or calling us on +44 (0) 845 070 1750.
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