- Assess the legal, organisational and technical aspects of your organisation with easy-to-use interactive forms
- Legal: link measures taken to legal bases, manage subcontractor contract compliance, and more
- Organisational: identify the procedures to be implemented regarding security incidents, personal data breach management and data subject requests (DSAR)
- Technical: assess the technical security measures taken to deal with data processing risks such as data transfers
- For guidance in the management basics, use our templates to assess your organisation’s compliance level, whether you have a DPO or not
Why conduct a GDPR audit?
Describing an organisation’s compliance level and identifying existing gaps and non-compliances is one of the first steps in working toward GDPR compliance. It requires a true audit in which the legal, organisational and technical aspects of the data processing performed by an organisation are carefully analysed.
The GDPR audit can be conducted simultaneously with data mapping, or immediately afterward. The audit helps you determine the maturity level of your organisation in terms of personal data protection. It allows you to lay the foundations of your GDPR management by helping you to establish a precise roadmap, identify the key compliance players — data controller, DPO, subcontractor, service providers, control authority, etc. – assign them tasks, and most importantly establish a GDPR compliance schedule.
A GDPR audit is a fundamental step for protecting the personal data circulating in your organisation.