GDPR gap analysis

Take your first step towards compliance with a comprehensive GDPR assessment.

Everything you need to start your GDPR compliance journey

Expert consultants

Our certified GDPR practitioners have extensive experience in both public and private sectors.

Document review

We’ll evaluate your key GDPR documentation for a more comprehensive assessment.

Infosec analysis

Assess your information security policies and procedures in relation to the protection of personal data.

Expert advice

Our team will support you in your journey to achieving and maintaining GDPR compliance.

Get a full picture of your GDPR compliance

Your GDPR gap analysis will start with a series of interviews with key departments in your organisation that handle personal data, such as HR, IT, Sales and Marketing.

These interviews allow our team to assess your current processes and policies against GDPR requirements.

GDPR document review included

Unlike many other providers, we will include a full review of up to 20 documents as part of your GDPR gap analysis.

This could include any existing GDPR documentation including policies, procedures, logs and registers.

Get a comprehensive GDPR report

Once your GDPR gap analysis is complete you will receive a detailed, actionable report that contains:

  • A snapshot of your current state of compliance against GDPR compliance
  • Comments and suggestions on how to improve existing GDPR documentation
  • An action plan identifying what needs to be done to address areas of non-compliance

Benefits of a GDPR gap analysis

Here are just some of the ways that your business will benefit from completing a GDPR gap analysis:

  • Get an accurate picture of where your organisation currently is in terms of GDPR compliance
  • Grow your understanding of the GDPR with the help of our friendly and experienced data protection consultants
  • Highlight issues with your current processes and learn how to address them
  • Identify a clear path forward for establishing a compliance framework

Why choose Bulletproof?

Our consultancy team is made up of certified GDPR practitioners and data privacy experts. We help businesses of all sizes implement and maintain their compliance standards, providing guidance on all aspects of data protection.

We understand that every organisation will be at a different stage of their compliance journey. Our team will work with you to deliver a comprehensive GDPR gap analysis report with actionable findings that are tailored to your company.

Here’s what our customers say about us

When it came to GDPR compliance, we needed a partner we could trust to help us navigate this complex subject. Being a market leader of payroll and HR outsourcing means that GDPR is a priority area for PayAsia. We found Bulletproof’s friendly consultants helped us quickly understand our current state of GDPR compliance, and their detailed report allowed us to easily see the steps we had to take.

Chris Brunton PayAsia, COO

The Belron Group has over 18 million customers around the world, therefore data protection must be at the forefront of our operations. Bulletproof's team are clearly very experienced and their knowledge enabled us to cultivate a privacy-by-design model across our Autoglass brand. Their expertise has been invaluable in helping us protect our customers' personal data.

Steven Christophorou Autoglass®, Legal Director

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    GDPR gap analysis FAQs

    Our GDPR assessment involves:
    • Interviewing key staff who handle personal data e.g. IT, HR, Sales, Marketing, Customer Services, Senior Management, existing privacy staff
    • A review of your GDPR related documentation e.g. policies, procedures, logs, registers etc
    • Preparation of a comprehensive report that outlines:
      • Our findings of the current state of compliance against GDPR requirements using a Red, Amber, Green (RAG) status
      • A document review with comments and suggestions on improvements
      • An action plan identifying what needs to be done to address areas of non-compliance
    • Governance
    • Risk management
    • GDPR resourcing
    • The need for a DPO (Data Protection Officer)
    • Roles & responsibilities
    • Scope of compliance
    • Personal data processes
    • PIMS (Personal Information Management System) & ISMS (Information Security Management System)
    • Data subject rights

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