GDPR - General Data Protection Regulation
We help your business to stay
compatible with the rules of the GDPR, so that you comply with the personal data regulation. 
 


Advice and help with the Personal Data Regulation

We know that GDPR (which stands for: General Data Protection Regulation) can be difficult to navigate.
What are the rules and how do you ensure that the company meets the requirements?

We therefore offer help and advice in the form of a digital solution for handling personal data,
so that your company is compliant with the GDPR regulations.


We offer the following packages


DKK 499
per month

1-10 employees

  • Guidelines for implementing the Personal Data Regulation step by step
  • Introduction to the GDPR Portal
  • Access to the GDPR Portal
  • Relevant templates
  • Implementation help:
    DKK 1,250 per hour

DKK 799
per month

11- 25 employees

  • Guidelines for implementing the Personal Data Regulation step by step
  • Introduction to the GDPR Portal
  • Access to the GDPR Portal
  • Relevant templates
  • Implementation help:
    DKK 1,250 per hour 

DKK 1.299
per month

26-100 employees

  • Guidelines for implementing the Personal Data Regulation step by step
  • Introduction to the GDPR Portal
  • Access to the GDPR Portal
  • Relevant templates
  • Implementation help:
    DKK 1,250 per hour 

Do you need a non-binding chat about the help we can offer your company?

Call us on 7373 8888, or press the button for other contact options. 

What is the Personal Data Regulation?


The purpose of the Personal Data Regulation is to support the digital single market by introducing uniform rules throughout the EU.

In addition, the regulation must strengthen the rights of data subjects by giving them greater control over their own data. The Personal Data Regulation applies to everyone who processes personal data, including companies that register information about their employees.

Why it was important to become compliant by 25 May 2018?

When the Personal Data Regulation entered into force on 25 May 2018, it meant that all companies and organizations that collect, process, register and store personal data had to meet a number of new and/or stricter requirements.

If these requirements are not met, administrative fines of up to €20 million can be issued. or 4% of the company's or group's global turnover. So it is therefore very important to have control over your data processing.

You strengthen your organization and your processes

Meeting the regulation's requirements can seem overwhelming and therefore your company must create an overview of the company's various processing of personal data.

With our solution, you are ensured that everyone involved has an overview of upcoming tasks and deadlines that must be met.

Likewise, everyone involved gets a better understanding of where their current tasks belong in the overall process of ensuring compliance with the regulation.

You get an overview of the entire GDPR process  

It is possible to generate parameter-specific reports as well as to set up rules for automatic follow-up of tasks and processes, all of which takes place in a visual and clear layout that, among other things, contains a risk assessment and provides warnings. This gives your company or organization the opportunity to document and monitor the status of your company's compliance with the regulation at any time. At the same time, management is given a complete overview of the company's compliance with the regulation.

You get an intuitive and user-friendly design   

Our GDPR solution has an intuitive and user-friendly design that ensures that all employees involved, regardless of knowledge of the requirements of the regulation, can contribute to ensuring that your company's processing of personal data meets the requirements of the regulation - and that it remains legal.

Choose the best solution   

The content and structure of our GDPR solution has been developed so that both small and large companies and organizations are helped along the way with a clear and structured process for how to ensure that everyone can comply with the regulation.

The solution is up-to-date   

The solution will be continuously updated so that it reflects applicable legal requirements to the greatest extent possible

FAQ

The purpose of the Personal Data Regulation is to support the digital single market by introducing uniform rules throughout the EU.

The regulation strengthens the rights of data subjects by giving them greater control over their own data. The Personal Data Regulation applies to everyone who processes personal data, including companies that register information about their employees.

Special importance in relation to employees:
The Personal Data Regulation is about much more than recording information about the company's employees, and it is a very comprehensive set of rules. In relation to employees, companies must be especially aware of the following changes compared to the previous Personal Data Act:

Significantly increased level of fines: Administrative fines of up to €20 million will be issued. or 4% of the company/group's global turnover. This is a very large increase in the fine level compared to what currently applies in Denmark.

Consent: There are stricter requirements for consent from the registered person when information about employees or job applicants is registered. The rules depend on the Danish implementation of the rules, e.g. in relation to the possibility of obtaining criminal records.

Data protection officer: Public and certain private companies must appoint a data protection officer (a so-called DPO). It can either be an employee or an external person. If it is an employee, that person will be covered by the regulation's rules on dismissal protection.

One-stop shop for groups: This should provide a simpler personal data process for companies with operations in several countries.

Data security: Companies must inform relevant authorities about breaches of data security.

DA's salary statistics: The rules do not prevent the collection of data for DA's salary statistics. Access to this must finally be secured in connection with the Danish implementation of the rules.
The Personal Data Regulation also contains many initiatives that may have an impact on the employees, e.g. increased requirements for "privacy by design" and the "right to be forgotten"

See a demo of our GDPR solution.

Fill in the form below and you will have the opportunity to see a demo of the GDPR Portal and read more about the solution.
If you would like a demo login to the solution, you can fill out the web form on the page and we will contact you and send you a login.
You are always welcome to contact one of our consultants on 7373 8888 for a non-binding chat.

(Protecting your personal information is important to us. We do not share your information with anyone)