Why does it make sense to incorporate the EU GDPR into an ISMS?
The European General Data Protection Regulations have highlighted the importance of information security and data protection. The previous data protection law and regulations on processing personal data in the German Data Protection Act (BDSG) have largely been replaced or supplemented by the new regulations.
As a responsible body, the company is obliged to provide proof upon request that suitable measures have been taken to comply with regulatory requirements. Severe fines may be imposed in the event of violation.
We help you to integrate the new order processing requirements into your company. To achieve this, data protection guidelines need to be integrated into the existing Information Security Management System (ISMS). This creates an integrated Data Protection Management System.
Benefits of a Data Protection Management System (DPMS) for your company:
A DPMS allows information and business processes requiring protection to be seamlessly integrated. As a result, your company fulfils all of the data protection and information security requirements.
Draw up your data protection concept based on the GDPR to remain compliant in the event of an inspection of accountability by authorities and to avoid fines.
Data Protection Management and Information Security
Why is it worth incorporating the requirements of the European General Data Protection Regulations into a DPMS?
The entire process of implementing the new requirements shares many similarities with an ISMS structure. That is why it is recommended to take data protection and information security into account in the form of a Data Protection Management System (DPMS).
DPMS process – for the best possible data security and protection of your information.
A DPMS based on the European Basic Regulation ISO 27001 and/or recognised procedures based on IT baseline protection. This procedure allows processes and guidelines to be methodically introduced into a company. The guidelines allow Data Protection violation risks to be identified with the aim of managing, controlling and constantly improving them along with all technical and organisational measures.
Data Protection Management System components
The General Data Protection Guidelines can be methodically integrated into a DPMS on a step-by-step basis. These include a protection requirements analysis and risk assessment including the measures derived therefrom for tackling data protection risks.
The guarantee of confidentiality, integrity, availability and durability of IT systems and services in relation to data processing is implemented in a DPMS in a similar way to an ISMS.
The complete and tamper-proof documentation of all Data Protection and Information Security activities is therefore also part of a sustainable DPMS. Our management system helps you comply with the GDPR regulations.
The complete version of the GDPR (German) with all updates regarding the rules and requirements for the processing of personal data, rights of individuals affected, order processing, privacy impact assessment, burden of proof, record of processing activity to be carried out by a data protection officer etc. can be found here.
Our goal is to set up a holistic data protection management system (DPMS) for you to initiate, implement, monitor and continuously review measures for information and data security. A reliable data protection management for your company.
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