GDPR Consultancy

What is GDPR?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will be enforced from the 25th May 2018. All businesses and organisations that process personal data of individuals within the EU need to be GDPR compliant by this date.

The aim of the GDPR is to empower all EU citizens regarding their privacy and to protect them from data breaches in an increasingly data-driven world.

What constitutes personal data?

Personal data means any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person (‘data subject’).

An identifiable natural person is one who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identifier such as a name, an identification number, location data, an online identifier or to one or more factors specific to the physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity of that natural person.


What are the differences to existing data protection laws?

Under the GDPR, the rights of individuals have enhanced importance, and organisations must have procedures in place to ensure they meet data rights such as erasure of information, rectification, data portability, and being informed.

Why GDPR Consultancy should be top of your priority list

It’s a legal requirement, and implementing good corporate governance is essential! An organisation must protect itself and avoid personal Data breaches. Stay clear of the real possibility of monumental fines for failing to comply with the requirements of GDPR.

As well as incurring fines, non-compliance due to having no or inconsistent processes in place; or experiencing a data breach can result in real damage to a company’s reputation. This can occur for both B2B and B2C markets. Protect your brand!

The implementation of some good practices will ensure your organisation meets the necessary requirements as well as providing assurance for customers, employees and all other data subjects that their information is being processed lawfully and stored securely.

Our GDPR Consultation Process

PGI has information security and data protection experts that can help organisations become GDPR compliant, whatever your company size, location, or industry sector.

Gap Analysis

  •   The first step of all client engagements is to conduct a gap analysis of the level of compliance against GDPR requirements.

  •   We will review your existing policies, procedures and controls measured against the requirements of GDPR.
  • Gap Assessment Report

  •   We will then provide a detailed report indicating the current maturity levels alongside recommendations to mitigate the gaps.

  •   From there, your organisation is free to action the outstanding requirements yourself, or if preferred, PGI Consultants can deliver those requirements.
  • Complementary Cyber Services

    It is important that your computer systems and networks are secure to avoid the possibility of a data breach through hacking, and to meet the GDPR requirement that appropriate information security controls are in place when processing personal data.

    A simple Penetration Test or obtaining the Cyber Essentials certificate will help you to understand the security risks to your business and present ways of mitigating those risks.

    Product & Pricing

    Price Inclusive
    GDPR Gap Analysis
    From £600*

    Depending on requirement
      Onsite analysis and review by experienced practitioners

       Detailed report findings and remediation activities

      Follow-up advice and report clarification, where required
    Pen Testing

    per consultant, per day
      Bespoke security testing

       Detailed report findings and remediation activities

      High level executive overview
    Cyber Essentials

       Foundation level verified self-assessment

       Suggestion of practical, low cost and timely processes to improve

       Ideal for small businesses who only require basic protection
    Full package
    £ Contact for a quote

    Get in touch for pricing tailored to suit your needs
      Inclusive of all of the above

    Preparation recommendations for GDPR

    Products & Resources

    Preparing now for GDPR to come into effect could not be a better time. Ensure you are fully aware of the guidelines and have full understanding of potential security risks to your business.


    PGI experts are highly knowledgeable in GDPR. Below are a few informative articles to ensure you are prepared before GDPR is put into place.

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