The expansion of the cyber threat landscape continues to pose a problem for anyone holding personal information. Since the introduction of GDPR in May 2018, organisations not taking the threat seriously have left themselves vulnerable to enforcement action or worse.
Whether your objective is to provide internal assurance and improve operations or to achieve a recognised certificate such as IASME or ISO27001, Cydarity will work with you to give you the confidence you are meeting the regulations and avoiding fines.
Following an initial assessment of your processes and agreement of your objectives, we can review your security, privacy and data protection management and together prioritise actions required. Working with you and your suppliers, we can give you confidence in understanding how you meet the relevant regulatory demands, without causing unnecessary disruption to the organisation or your broader professional partnerships.
We all have data with organisations and we all expect that data to be protected;
it is only right that we apply the same ethos to the information under our care.
We are Hertfordshire based and have many regular clients situated in London and the Home Counties. We are equally happy to travel further or start a conversation by phone or online.
It would be great to find out more about your GDPR and Data Protection challenges. Please feel free to get in contact today.
"Having muddled our way through the early days of GDPR we came across “Cydarity” after speaking to some other organisations. What a difference they have made, speaking in terms that we clearly understand and leading us through the minefield that GDPR brought us. With their help, we obtained IASME certification in May 2019.
Cydarity keeps us up to date of the latest issues impacting upon cybersecurity and steers the path to assist us in maintaining our IASME certification going forward.
Rather than just another supplier of professional services, Cydarity is a trusted business partner and is now part of our virtual team to ensure we are compliant with GDPR’s evolving requirements."