In accordance with the accountability principle, organizations must be able to prove compliance with the GDPR, which is achieved, among other things, by regular personal data protection audits. Depending upon adopted plan, all business processes, departments and locations may fall within the scope of the audit, or just some of them, and the audit may cover all or only some segments of the personal data protection system.

The methodology used by Horvath Wolf to conduct such audits is based on vast project experience and guidelines provided for by European supervisory authorities, and it includes all of the requirements of the GDPR, as well as special regulations that may be applicable in some cases (e.g. GDPR implementation act, electronic communications act, employment act, information act, etc.).

Result of the GDPR audit is a report consisting of an executive summary with a visual presentation of compliance levels achieved on individual domains, as well as a detailed description of any nonconformities and related corrective action proposals. Such a detailed audit report is invaluable when taking any further steps to identify possibilities for improvements and to ensure compliance with the GDPR.

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