The first principle of the GDPR states that personal data should be processed in a lawful, fair and transparent manner. Organisations need to provide their data subjects with sufficient information on how their personal data is being used and for what purpose.
It can be difficult for organisations to know what to include in your own privacy materials and whether they are compliant with data protection regulations.
Using our expert knowledge and insights, we review and draft fair processing notices on a daily basis. We provide clear, concise privacy materials for our clients to use so that they can be transparent with users on how they use their data. We provide general and layered privacy policies, explaining how an organisation uses data as a whole, and how particular projects and applications collect data.
We re-draft existing policies, provide recommendations on existing policies as well as drafting policies from scratch. We leave no stone unturned, and will work with you to ensure that the privacy materials are accurate and reflect how your data processing truly works. If we find any compliance issues along the way, we will let you know and make recommendations on how you can be compliant.
Please contact us if you would like any support with these documents.
We provide a full data protection and information governance consultancy service to all our clients who engage with us. We provide flexible packages and services to make sure that you only pay for what you need, so you aren’t paying for unnecessary services. Whatever you and your organisation need, we are here to help.