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GDPR Compliance Services

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Compliance and Contract Management and Support

Integreon offers a full suite of legal outsourcing solutions to help reduce compliance overhead costs while making programs more productive, comprehensive and effective. For GDPR compliance, Integreon focuses on structural data analysis and delivering contract remediation solutions through two key offerings:

GDPR Practitioners Consulting

We help you understand your data in “GDPR terms” and how that data flows within your organization. From there, we identify your status and progress toward GDPR compliance, what additional steps need to be taken, key stakeholders and timelines. Based on these findings, we can also provide training for your teams and ongoing GDPR business support.

GDPR Contract Management Services

Our end-to-end contract lifecycle management support services include the following modules:

  • Discovery of all GDPR impacted live contracts and determining scope and priority – leveraging AI tools for abstraction and summarization
  • Analysis of client and vendor contracts in terms of GDPR compliance
  • Contract amendment/remediation playbook design
  • Review, drafting, redlining and negotiation of GDPR-specific amendments within existing contracts
  • Drafting of GDPR addenda as a supplement to existing contracts
  • Remediating/negotiating client and third party contracts
  • Project management and ongoing GDPR Practitioners support

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5 steps to ensure GDPR contract compliance

5 steps to ensure GDPR contract compliance

Nov 21, 2017 |

The European Union’s implementation date for the General Data Protection Regulation is fast approaching. May 25, 2018, will be here before we know it. Companies that interact with and/or process EU personal data should hopefully be well on their way to ensuring all data protection processes and procedures are GDPR compliant. If not, they could face steep fines and penalties (€20 million (U.S.$23M) or up to 4 percent of global annual turnover, whichever is greater) after GDPR takes effect. Read full articles published in Compliance Week

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EU-U.S. Privacy Shield – To Be or Not to Be?

EU-U.S. Privacy Shield – To Be or Not to Be?

Jan 27, 2017 |

Only last year the news was in a frenzy over the U.S.-EU Safe Harbor Framework being invalidated near the end of 2015, followed by a collective sigh of relief as the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield was implemented as a replacement by summer. That new agreement enabled US companies to transfer the personal data of citizens of the European Union member states to the United States while ensuring that those same companies will comply with Europe's more stringent Data Protection Directive, and the soon to come into effect General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

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