1. Sensitisation on GDPR Compliance: what does it mean ?
The GDPR, which came into effect on May 25, 2018, provides a unified legal framework for the protection of personal data within the European Union. It reinforces the rights of users and the accountability of industry players. Compliance with the GDPR is not an option but it is clear that many actors, for various reasons, still struggle to embrace all the changes brought by this text. Meanwhile the complaints continue to grow, despite the fact that the figure of financial penalties can now attain 20 million euros or 4% of the annual global turnover of the organisation, not to mention the “Name and Shame” effect as sanctions can be made public. One can therefore understand the legitimate concerns of the ecosystem of an organisation not yet fully in compliance with the regulations. In this context, you can be regularly confronted with situations in which you must reassure your ecosystem on your own compliance, or do some education to invite your co-contractors to incorporate these new obligations.
2. LegalUP Consulting’s service
While awaiting a perfect regulatory world in which all players would be in compliance, LegalUP Consulting offers to take full charge of the sensitisation of your ecosystem to the new obligations resulting from the GDPR. In case you need to reassure your ecosystem, we can provide you with a certificate from LegalUP Consulting, recognised for its expertise in the protection of personal data. This document either certifies that: (i) you are in full compliance with the regulations; or (ii) you are in the compliance process if you are undertaking our online audit, the GDPR Compliance Tool.
In the event that you encounter difficulties with subcontractors who are slow to comply or who do not feel concerned, LegalUP Consulting offers you to draft “business friendly” documents to protect you and your ecosystem, without harming your business relations.
LegalUP Consulting’s service is delivered in three stages, with three calls (telephone or video-conference) allowing a personalised execution adapted to your needs:
First of all, we invite you to book an appointment for an initial call of 15 minutes. Appointments are made via an online calendar which you can access by clicking on the button at the bottom of the page. During this first call, we will present the service offered by the firm, we’ll specify the first documents to send us for the smooth running of the service, and we’ll set a cost estimation that will be confirmed in writing as soon as possible.
We will also take advantage to respond to any eventual questions you may have about the service.
Following the first call, we will send you a quote, a link to make the payment and a letter of commitment that you must return signed by email. Upon receipt of the letter of commitment and confirmation of payment, we will start processing your request. To do this, a second call of 30 minutes will allow us to identify the specific needs of your organisation to deliver a tailor-made service. You may also book an appointment for this second call online, by clicking on the button at the bottom of this page, or via the link we will send you by email following our first call.
3 working days (flexible period defined by the parties in the case of complex requests) after the second call, we will get back to you via email for the execution of the service. You will also receive a link simultaneously which will enable you book an appointment for a third call of 15 minutes during which we will present you the result of our work in a detailed way and will submit you personalised recommendations.