The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) takes effect on May 25, 2018, creating challenges—and opportunities—for every organization doing business in the European Union. GDPR may apply to Canadian businesses, since a business doesn’t need to have a physical presence in the European Union to be subject to GDPR.
Canada has its own privacy legislation, so the good thing is you’re likely not starting from scratch. But GDPR privacy requirements are more onerous than the existing Canadian privacy legal regime—GDPR represents a step change in the way businesses need to handle privacy.
Organizations that take the opportunity to rethink risk and compliance as they prepare for GDPR will have a unique opportunity to drive distinctive strategy, capabilities and performance.
Our GDPR readiness assessment tool helps you understand your current state of compliance and how you benchmark against your peers. Get valuable insights into the work needed to get to your desired end state.
Our tool features 70 comprehensive questions, all of which are mapped to GDPR requirements
There are four possible answers for each question; each answer is mapped to a maturity level 1–4
Strategy and governance
Cross-border data strategy
Data life cycle management
Individual rights processing
Privacy by design
Privacy incident management
Data processor accountability
Training and awareness