How to become GDPR compliant?
GDPR Compliance Help
Security is your first line of defense and is not optional. Managed Computer Security clearly shows you take GDPR compliance seriously.
Managed Computer Security is not just a piece of software, nor is it just anti-virus. It’s anti-virus, anti-spyware, anti-malware as well as security updating and patching of the computer Operating System and Software – all managed by a team of cyber security professionals to help you remain GDPR compliant.
Let’s face it, we live on our mobile phones. We shop on them, play games, bank, share photos and converse. Our lives are on our mobile phones. As are our businesses. If you take security seriously then all your mobile phones need to be secured with Mobile Security.
GDPR Data Backup
Backup is your second line of defense and is not optional either. You must have automated and encrypted backup in place and it shows that you take GDPR compliance seriously.
|Backup||zuutech||/ month / 200GB|
GDPR Client & Staff Access and Erasure
Easy access to client and staff data is a must for GDPR complaince. The easiest way to accomplish this is to organise all your customer and staff information in a central place that is accessible from multiple devices. This will also make your business more efficient.
|Central file store – Each client or staff member should have their data stored in a folder unique to them so that it is easy to retrieve related information.||office365||Microsoft||£9.40 a month per user|
|CRM – Customer Relationship Management certainly makes finding and organising client information far easier.||CRM||Capsulecrm||£8 a month per user|
|Accounts – If you do a fair amount of invoicing and would like to make your accounts filing, PAYE and VAT easier to do then cloud accounts is the way to go.||cloud|
|from £22 a month per user|
from £19 a month per user