New service from Disc: GDPR compliance documentation
Helping new Disc customers to ensure their systems are set up in a compliant manner is part of the Disc implementation process. Now we’ve made this service available to non-customers too…
Business crime reduction schemes should know that compliance with GDPR is essential. Yet too many still lack key obligatory documentation.
We’ve long provided advice to all-comers on the subject: anyone can view our video webinar on Data Protection Law and Business Crime Schemes (watch it here) which should be obligatory viewing for Data Controllers of any organisation that processes personal data for the purposes of the prevention and detection of unlawful acts, or manages an exclusion scheme.
And we have a full set of ‘Model documents’ for customers and non-customers alike who wish to put together their own GDPR compliance documentation (contact us to request your own set).
Schemes that don’t have the necessary documentation in place – privacy notices, legitimate interest assessment and a record of processing activity – are effectively breaking the law and laying themselves open to complaint by Data Subjects – and their no-win, no-fee legal advisers.
At Disc we’re proud to call ourselves GDPR geeks. So we’re now offering not only our Model Documents to all-comers (free of charge, as always) but, for those who want to make the most of our expertise on the subject, we’re able to produce a full set of the necessary documentation specifically tailored to their own schemes for an all-in fee of £250. Since launching the service in May 2021, 18 schemes have already taken up the offer.
For more information on this service contact us now.