GDPR Compliance Starter Package

Free resources for implementing data protection in your business

Identify and analyse the data protection risks in your company with our online tests. We will propose the right measures to mitigate them and give you free templates to start your own data protection program with our GDPR compliant website policies.


How to create a successful data protection program

Every company should have a data protection programme to ensure that it complies with the General Data Protection Regulations and to avoid possible penalties for non-compliance.


In this guide you will find the keys to identify all the activities carried out by the company and the risks associated with the data you are dealing with.

In addition, you will learn how to inform the interested parties and give good training to your employees so that they know how to deal with the data they work with.

Always updated and adjusted to your needs

The Assessment helps you to detect your company’s data protection risks. To do this, we ask a few questions in an online test that you can answer in less than 5 minutes.

Our team of legal experts will analyse the data you pass on to us and we will send you the results in a comprehensive report with a list of actions to comply with the data protection law.

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Who needs a Data Protection Officer?

The DPO and their responsibilities

A Data Protection Officer (DPO) helps companies to monitor compliance with data protection regulations, as well as inform and advise on their data protection obligations. If necessary, he or she would be in charge of contacting the DPO.

The need for your company to have a Data Protection Officer or not depends on several factors: the main activities your company carries out and the type of data being processed. It may also depend on whether we are dealing with a private company or a public institution or entity.

On this same page, you can take a test that will help you know if your company is required to have a DPO. You can also contact our team of specialists for a free consultation.

Basic Templates

We help you to implement data protection measures in your company

Privacy Policy

Download a template to make your own privacy policy

Cookie Policy

It helps you to ensure that your use of cookies complies with current legislation


Template of technical and organizational measures: examples that can be implemented in your company


Adapt the video surveillance to the GDPR

An image that identifies or can identify a person constitutes personal data that can be processed. The most common purpose of video surveillance is to use cameras to ensure the security of persons, goods and facilities. The control of work performance, research and health care are other purposes of this type of processing.

As it involves the processing of personal data, it must comply with the principles and obligations laid down in data protection regulations. Aspects to be taken into account regarding video surveillance: Location of cameras, location of monitors, location of posters, conservation of images, duty of information.


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