It’s all about starting safe and staying that way
This is our start up package, designed for agile start-ups, sole traders, and microbusinesses. It will give you a solid level of personal data protection support, so that you are fully compliant with both the Data Protection Act (2018) and UK GDPR. When you are starting out, you want to reduce risk and gain peace of mind.
Our Silver package costs £595 +VAT
Here's what you get
GAP Analysis – We advise you which parts of your organisation may be non-compliant or potentially put your stakeholders at risk, and how to address that. We understand that personal data protection is a complicated sector, and it’s our business to make it clear.
Data Protection Officer (DPO) appointment – Depending on your organisation size, you may need to appoint a Data Protection Officer (DPO) who must be independent, have industry experience and relevant training, and report to the highest management level. Having a DPO is crucial to organisational development and growth.
Protecting the Rights of the IndividuaI – Anyone whose personal data you collect, control or process is known as the ‘Data Subject’, and they have certain rights under the UK General Data Protection Regulations. We explain these rights clearly and advise what you may need to change to protect the rights of the individual.
Review Meeting – We spend time finding out about your organisation, what personal data you collect and use, plus what protection policies and procedures you already have in place. It’s a 2-way process so you can ask us to explain absolutely anything that you find confusing.
Information Commissioners Office (ICO) Registration – We make sure you are registered with the Information Commissioners Office, the supervisory authority for personal data and individual rights. By law, every organisation or sole trader who processes personal information needs to register and pay a small fee to the ICO (unless they are exempt.)
Privacy Notice – If you collect or process personal data, you must tell people what you are doing with it and why you need it. You should provide this information in a clear, open, and honest way, often in the form of a company document called a Privacy Notice, bespoke to your organisation.