TripleP Consulting Services
Privacy Regulation Consulting
Organizations around the globe have had to undergo significant restructuring to adjust to new laws and regulations concerning privacy. These laws were created to protect users world-wide, including their personal and payment details. Many organizations have fallen victims to malware, malicious hackers, competitors, or even to internal employees, that steal sensitive data, leads, or trade secrets. The company not only loses business, money, time, and reputation, but on top of it all, they are subjected to devastating fines and penalties by regulators. GDPR, for example fines companies up to €20 million or 4% of global annual turnover, if their system isn't secured and the company was careless with user data.
The rules and regulations can be confusing as they are plentiful, and they alter according to different jurisdictions. TripleP is here to help. With expertise in technology and global regulations, we provide you with end-to-end assistance in securing your systems, and complying with the relevant regulations in your targeted jurisdictions.
How Do We Do It?
Our roadmap to security and compliance consists of 5 important phases:
PHASE 1 – Education. Your team will receive an onsite privacy regulation workshop, in order to fully understand the applicable regulations, and the technology required to comply.
PHASE 2 – Discover & Documentation. We will help you organize and classify your database, create a mapping system for your data including data flow, assess your risk, and create policies for handling breaches quickly and effectively.
PHASE 3 – Gap Analysis: we will document the legal and technical gaps between the applicable regulatory requirements and your company's current status.
PHASE 4 – Plan: We will help you create your roadmap for achieving security and compliance, from defining the necessary budget, to the technology that you will need.
PHASE 5 – Monitoring and maintaining. Once you are all set, we continue to provide you with our consultancy, to ensure that all is according to the plan, that it is functional, and that your business can continue to thrive without hindrance.
DPO as a service
Due to implementations of privacy protection laws, many organizations need to have a professional function that is responsible for ensuring compliance of regulatory requirements.
TripleP provides you with an outsourced Data Protection Officer, so that you can receive dedicated, expert advice and guidance regarding compliance demands.
DPO as a service includes:
Management and ongoing maintenance of the operations and information security required.
Advice and guidance relating to requests for individual rights (information, access, correction, objection, deletion, right to data mobility).
Customized program for the organization, which identifies, monitors, analyzes and supervises risk and security matters.
Training in protection against cyberattacks, security breaches, physical protection, etc.
Providing regular updates to the senior stakeholders regarding new developments of the regulation and any change requiring the company's adjustment.
The contact person between the company and the external supervising and information entities of the organization.
Providing assistance in all matters relating to the assimilation of the work plan, which is intended to remove dissonances between the regulatory requirements and the existing policies of the company.
Assistance with bureaucracy, documentation and new contracts.
TripleP provides CIO and CISO as a service, to help organizations achieve their security goals.
CISO will advise and assist you in implementing the work-plan allocated in the Privacy Regulation readiness process, with risk management enforced throughout the organization.
A CIO has a wide range of IT roles and duties, like positioning strategic IT goals, IT budget planning, align technology with business process that continuously improves. The CIO can help customers running their IT infrastructure maintenance but can also introduce them to the latest technologies and services that will bring added value to the business. For example, they can assist in creating a technology roadmap, a new tools and technologies acquiring plan, etc.