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GDPR Templates

To comply with your Data Protection obligations, it is advisable to have the appropriate forms, policies and procedures in place so that you can evidence compliance. This template package will help you on your compliance journey and it includes one hour consultancy with one of our friendly Data Compliance Experts who will spend time making sure you are up-to-date with the basics of GDPR as well as explaining the templates to you.

You will receive the following template suite to assist you with your GDPR Compliance Programme:

BYOD policy (Bring Your Own Device)
Candidate Privacy Notice
Cookies Policy (website)
Data Breach Notification Form Process Policy
Data Breach Register (excel)
Data Breach Response Plan Policy
Data Mapping Database (excel)
Data Privacy Impact Assessment (DPIA) Process Policy & Questionnaire
Data Processing Agreement (B2B)
Data Protection Policy
Data Protection & IT Security Policies Register (excel)
Data Retention & Destruction Policy
Data Subject Access Request Process Policy
Data Subject Rights Request Form
DSAR Customer Package
DSAR Employment Package
Employee Privacy Notice
IT Security & Communications Policy
Legitimate Interests Assessment (LIA) template
Medical Health Questionnaire (for staff when employed)
Privacy Statement (Website)
Remote Access Policy
Third Party Register (excel)
Third Party Data Sharing Process Policy
Third Party Data Processor Policy
Third Party Data Sharing Agreement

Note that should you need further assistance with your templates, check out our Document CheckUp service.

Amongst other things, legal support can help staff to:

  • assess current levels of compliancy by way a GDPR Audit;
  • gain a solid working knowledge of the GDPR and what is involved;
  • understand its’ responsibilities as a Data Controller or Data Processor in relation to any data set;
  • understand what obligations it has towards customers, clients and staff members;
  • put in place up-to-date documentation e.g. policies and forms; and,
  • understand the role of the Supervisory Authority – the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO).