I have had several conversations recently along the lines of ‘we see the need to do something about data protection, but we have no budget’.
Interestingly, in all cases it’s where the organisations made some efforts in the run-up to GDPR in May 2018, but not much has happened since then.
As we all know, data protection needs constant monitoring because things change – the processors and online services we use changes, we use personal data in different ways, and we often use new technologies. All of these require consideration of data protection, not to forgot that demonstrating compliance is a legal requirement.
The easiest way is to put some appropriate plans in place, no matter how straightforward, to identify and manage the highest risks.
If you would like to talk about how to create a data protection budget, and how to make this as cost effective as possible, you are welcome to get in touch in any of the normal ways, use https://zorva.info/about-us/contact-us/ or by booking a 20-minute insight call at https://zorva.info/free-insight-call/ (for TinoPai members, but it’s free to join, and you get lots of other benefits including free live and on-demand webinars).