We are happy to announce that Foresight are currently GDPR ready ahead of its introduction to law on 25/05/2018.
The full statement
By this statement Foresight is seeking to inform employees, customers, business partners and suppliers of its commitment to good data protection practice and its ongoing GDPR compliance.
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) becomes effective on 25 May 2018. The GDPR has brought considerable changes to data protection law both in the UK and across the European Economic Area.
Foresight has always sought to ensure compliance with data protection law and these practices have stood it in good stead in advance of GDPR.
In 2017 Foresight commenced a programme of cyber and data governance to ensure its compliance with GDPR.
Further to this programme, Foresight can now confirm that it has:
- An established privacy governance structure.
- Embedded GDPR requirements into policies and day-to-day activities.
- Implemented technical measures to ensure GDPR compliance.
- Documented and recorded compliance measures.
- Implemented internal training for GDPR compliance.
- Audited data protection measures with audit results used to implement compliance.
Foresight recognises that GDPR is a new concept for many of its customers, business partners and suppliers who are modifying their own data protection practices and operations to ensure GDPR compliance and Foresight will provide assistance with this wherever it can.
Foresight is also aware that GDPR provisions allow member states to enact new legislation specifying, restricting, or expanding the scope of the GDPR’s requirements.
To respond to the needs of its customers, business partners and suppliers and any new legislation, Foresight will keep its GDPR governance under review and will continue to provide updates of its data protection practices and compliance.
Should you have any questions about this statement, please contact our support team at email@example.com