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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

A Free Guide That Makes GDPR Easy

Even though GDPR might seem overwhelming with all of the policies, here at the The Business Train, we eliminate the stress and headaches that can come with doing it yourself, and you’ll eliminate the huge price tag that comes with a consultant. Discover everything you need to know in this simple to follow guide:

Discover the 3 step GDPR journey

STEP 1:
Understanding GDPR

By following the advice of the ICO you will mitigate the risk of being fined if you are unfortunate enough to suffer a data breach. The ICO website is a useful tool as a reference site but can sometimes be overwhelming with all of its legal content. Therefore we have created this simple to follow guide for you to quickly start your journey to learning what it all means for you and what you need to do next.

STEP 2:
GDPR Overview

To make sure your business is compliant you will need to be aware of the many different policies and procedures. Even though this might seem overwhelming at first, GDPR compliance can easily be achieved by having the right policies and procedures in place. We make this very easy for you by offering a specific GDPR policy toolkit. These toolkits can simply be filled in with your details and you will be fully compliant and ready for any unexpected data breaches.

STEP 3:
GDPR Compliance

The first thing to do is register your company with the ICO. The easiest and fastest way to make sure everything is done correctly is to have an audit, or an DPIA. Over 80% of breaches come from staff errors. To help start this whole process off we have created documentation toolkits that are designed to make the whole process much easier and a lot less overwhelming.

Click on the GDPR Policy Toolkit that best describes your business:

Sole Trader
GDPR Toolkit 1

If you’re a sole trader, you run your own business as an individual and are self-employed. You can keep all your business’s profits after you’ve paid tax on them. You’re personally responsible for any losses your business makes.

SME Business
GDPR Toolkit 2

SMEs are defined as small to medium sized enterprises, you can split them out into 3 categories micro enterprises, small enterprises and medium sized enterprises. Number of employees in a micro business must be 10 employees or less, a small sized business must be 10-50 employees and a medium sized business must be 50-250 employees.

Corporate
GDPR Toolkit 3

Corporations are owned by their stockholders (shareholders) who share in profits and losses generated through the firm’s operations. A form of business operation that declares the business as a separate, legal entity guided by a group of officers known as the board of directors.