The GDPR Auditor Checklist gives you a high-level overview of how well the organization complies with the GDPR provisions. The checklist details specific compliance items, their status, and helpful references. Use the checklist to quickly identify potential issues to be remediated in order to achieve compliance.
The ISO 27001 Auditor Checklist gives you a high-level overview of how well the organization complies with ISO 27001-2013. The checklist details specific compliance items, their status, and helpful references. Use the checklist to quickly identify potential issues to be re-mediated in order to achieve compliance.
One of the first requirements is to have a set of policies and procedures used to implement Personal Data security and compliance with GDPR. Some organisations don’t have a set of data protection policies – or at least one that conforms to GDPR provisions. The tool provides an “out of the box” version of policies and procedures for GDPR for use by those organisations.
Guidance suggests that compliance with ISO 27001 can be used as a means to demonstrate technical compliance with the information security aspects of GDPR. The tool provides an “out of the box” version of policies and procedures for ISO 27001 for use by your organisation. These work in tandem with our GDPR P&P.
Based on the findings in the GDPR Compliance Assessment, the organization must create a Risk Treatment Plan with tasks required to minimize, avoid, or respond to risks. Beyond gathering information, Audit Guru for GDPR provides a risk scoring matrix that an organization can use to prioritize risks and appropriately allocate money and resources and ensure that issues identified are issues solved. The Risk Treatment plan defines the strategies and tactics the organization will use to address its risks.
The Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) is the foundation for the entire GDPR compliance and IT security program. The DPIA identifies what protections are in place and where there is a need for more. The Risk Analysis results in a list of items that must be remediated to ensure the security and confidentiality of Personal Data at rest and/or during its transmission.
This worksheet allows you to document business justifications for all of the allowed external ports, the protocol configured to use a specific port, and the documentation of any insecure configurations implemented and in use for a given protocol.
The Asset Inventory Worksheet is used to augment the asset data that was collected during the internal network scan. Details include the asset owner, acceptable use, environment, backup agent status, as well as device and sensitive information classification. The Sensitive Information Classification is used to determine the risk to the organization in the event of a security incident where the asset’s information is compromised.
The GDPR Compliance Questionnaire will collect information about the network and environment that cannot be discovered through automated scans. This includes information about the Data Protection Officer, principles relating to processing of personal data, privacy policies, and third-party information processors.
Guidance suggests that compliance with ISO 27001 can be used as a means to demonstrate technical compliance with information security aspects of GDPR. This questionnaire will collect information required to demonstrate ISO 27001 compliance that cannot be discovered through automated scans.
Assess the physical security and the workplace environment as it relates to information security. The worksheet will guide you through your assessment of the physical security. It is best done on-site as it requires identifying risk that may currently exist in the client’s environment outside the computer network itself.
Understanding where you have Personal Data (PD) is an important component of GPDR compliance. The Personal Data Scan System Selection Worksheet allows you to specify which systems are scanned for PD during the assessment process. A comprehensive scan should be performed annually to help identify and document all potential locations for personal data as defined by GDPR.
During the Personal Data (PD) scan performed by Audit Guru for GDPR, suspected PD may be detected in files stored on network and stand-alone computers. The Personal Data Validation Worksheet report presents a record of which computer files were verified by a participant in the GDPR assessment process as containing actual instances of PD.
Detailed report showing security holes and warnings, informational items including CVSS scores as scanned from outside the target network. External vulnerabilities could allow a malicious attacker access to the internal network.
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