GDPR for small businesses

GDPR for Small Businesses

GDPR compliance for small businesses doesn't need to be complex, costly or confusing. Get compliant and stay compliant at an affordable price today.

GDPR compliance for small business can be a burden. With Sovy, it doesn't need to be. Our simple and affordable solutions are designed by industry experts specifically for small businesses. Just follow our step-by-step process and use our tools to get compliant and stay compliant with the GDPR.

Tailored Packages

The Sovy Data Privacy Essentials is made for small businesses like yours, packed with the tools you need to adhere to the fundamentals of the GDPR. Add optional extras as you need them, such as advisory services or additional eLearning.

Simple To Use

Our intuitive platform makes it easy for you to understand your requirements under the GDPR and apply them to your business. Follow step-by-step instructions and use our tools to help you adhere to the fundamentals of the GDPR.

Affordable Subscription

Compliance doesn't have to be costly. With subscriptions for all budgets, you can kick start your compliance program for less than the cost of your daily cup of coffee.

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In Depth Guide

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Frequently Asked Questions

The GDPR applies to any organisation that processes the personal data of EU citizens, regardless of size or location.

Businesses with fewer than 250 employees may be exempt from some of the record keeping requirements, but still need to comply with other aspects of the GDPR.

Since the GDPR came into force in May 2018, small businesses have needed to update their data protection programmes, so that they comply with the legislation.

This includes updating policies, reviewing data processing activities, and putting processes in place to respect the rights of your data subjects.

The cost of GDPR compliance varies depending on the size of an organisation and the types of data processing activities they carry out.

Many small and medium businesses can adhere to the fundamentals of the GDPR without needing to spend lots of money by using cost-effecitve software and advisory services as required.