compliance in business

GDPR Compliance in Business

GDPR Compliance in business is our solution to help manage  your ongoing compliance requirements.

Fully Customisable eLearning

Roll out appropriate eLearning to all of your staff, with options to customise with your logo and branding, and choose the languages you need.

Expert Advisory

Our advisory team have over 30 years of experience in risk, cybersecurity, data protection and crisis management in global businesses.

DPO Tools

Our suite of tools makes life easier for your DPO and compliance teams, meaning they can track their compliance journey, easily create their annual audits and much more.

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Is your website GDPR Compliant?

Scan your website and privacy policy to receive your free GDPR report

Consent Management Platform

Classify your cookies

Describe your cookies

Manage subject access requests

Policies and Templates

Tailor your privacy policies

Approved by experts

Use clear language

GDPR eLearning

Knowledge-based training

Track your team's progress

Receive certificates of completion


Record of Processing Activities

Identify data processing activities

Determine legal bases for processing

Document data processing activities


Knowledge Portal

Access curated content

Read expert opinions

Understand terminology



Evaluate your organization against GDPR

Tailored report matches problems with solutions

Receive a bespoke compliance plan

Frequently Asked Questions

The GDPR applies to any organisations that process the personal data of EU citizens, regardless of whether or not they are based in the EU.

Since the GDPR came into force in May 2018, businesses have had to upgrade their data protection compliance programs to ensure they have taken adequate measures to adhere to the GDPR. Many businesses that have failed to do so have been fined, with more under investigation.

The cost of GDPR compliance is highly variable dependant on the size and type of orgnaisation.

Smaller organisations who do very little data processing will not need to pay out very much, however larger organisations with complex data processing will need to spend considerably more, even building in-house teams nad recruiting external support to ensure they are compliant.

In the worst scenarios, organisations that are not compliant with the GDPR could be fined up to €20 million or 4% of their annual turnover, whichever is greater.