GDPR – Is your organisation handling personal data correctly?
Released November 2017
For the 25th of May 2018, organisations operating in the EU will have to be GDPR compliant. Are you ready? Test it in only 20 minutes!
From the 25th of May 2018 onwards, companies and organisations operating in the European Union will have to be GDPR compliant. The main objective of the General Data Protection Regulation is to better protect the personal data of individuals.
Learn the GDPR basics!
Is your organisation GDPR ready?
What is really important for an organisation to become GDPR compliant? To what extent is your organisation currently ready to apply GDPR correctly?
The Cyber Security Coalition and the Centre for Cyber Security Belgium are therefore launching the GDPR CheckUp in order to help SME and small organisations to prepare themselves.
Test it for your organisation in only 20 minutes by filling out the GDPR CheckUp. At the end of this exercise you will receive a personalized diagnosis with your organisation’s action plan and some reading tips to get you ready for the 25th of May 2018.Do the GDPR CheckUp
Download the press releasein French in Dutch
More info needed? You can find the key recommendations in the brochure Data Protection, summarizing in a clear and visual way the 100 GDPR articles.Download the brochure
For a more detailed and documented view on GDPR, we recommend the GDPR Compass developed by Agoria.
This GDPR CheckUp has been developed by the Cyber Security Coalition in collaboration with Steven Platteau (from Steenimex, experts in natural stones, located in Kruishoutem) and Filip Van Ryckeghem (Group Linum Europe in Kuurne). All text, layout and designs in this GDPR CheckUp are protected by copyright.
Elements from the GDPR CheckUp can be used/published for non-commercial purposes, provided the source is properly referenced.
The Cyber Security Coalition declines all responsibility for the content of this GDPR CheckUp.
We have taken great care in the development of this GDPR CheckUp. Please be advised that the information contained in the CheckUp:
- is general and does not refer to specific situations in which organisations or private persons may find themselves
- may not necessarily be complete, accurate or up-to-date
- is not a substitute for professional or legal advice
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Published November 2017
Your personal report is confidential and its content will not be shared with anyone. All registered answers will be evaluated on an aggregate (and not individual) level.
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