Here you can find the official content of the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (General Data Protection Regulation) in the current version. All Articles of the GDPR are linked with suitable recitals.
We understand the critical importance of data privacy and security in today’s business world. Compliance is not only a legal requirement but also helps build trust with customers and stakeholders, ensuring the protection of their personal information.
In order to help organizations demonstrate commitment to GDPR compliance and data protection, as well as identify any areas for improvement we offer a service of conducting State-of-Privacy-Assessment (SOPA) audit.
State-of-Privacy-Assessment (SOPA) is an external independent audit focused on providing you with an objective insight into the current state of privacy and data protection affairs within your organization.
The audit will assess your GDPR compliance from an organizational and technical point of view, to ensure that you are meeting the highest standards of data protection.
The purpose of the SOPA is to identify any areas of non-compliance or potential risks to data protection. Our independent auditors, who specialize in GDPR and data protection, will conduct a thorough review of your data processing practices, policies, and procedures.
SOPA audit provides you with a detailed GDPR compliance maturity report and recommendations for improving your Organizations’ privacy program focused on organizational and technical security measures, and process automation.
Our team of experts will provide valuable insights and recommendations that will enable your company to strengthen its data protection practices and better serve your customers.
To deliver the SOPA report our team uses a well-established methodology based on the NIST Privacy Framework.
The NIST Privacy Framework is designed to be flexible and adaptable to different organizations’ needs and can be used alongside other cybersecurity frameworks and best practices to create a comprehensive privacy and security program.
The methodology focuses on 8 areas of the Framework with categories and subcategories focused on the implementation of the organizational and technical security measures.