GDPR

The General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 obliges businesses to revise their personal data protection policies and supplement the existing documents with personal data protection regulations.

The TRINITI team is committed to helping you successfully complete all the key steps your company needs to take right away to ensure compliance of its activities with the GDPR after May 25th, 2018 as well as to providing advice in the future. TRINITI has developed their services regards GDPR in cooperation with IT-experts to avoid misunderstandings and ambiguities in achieving compliance for our clients.

Either one needs assistance throughout compliance achieving process or just a review of privacy terms, our clients will receive full attention of TRINITI GDPR.

TRINITI provides the following services:

  • legal assessment (audit) of the current situation and preparation of a legal action plan aimed at compliance with the GDPR;
  • preparation of the procedures and documentation required by the GDPR;
  • data protection impact assessment;
  • preparation of registries required by GDPR, e.g. registry of processing activities and registry of incidents.
  • preparation of individual legal documents: privacy policy, internal procedures related to the protection of personal data, documents required for e-business;
  • representation in disputes concerning personal data;
  • staff training on personal data protection issues.

TRINITI has been consulting Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian and foreign enterprises for a long time on all issues of data protection and privacy, including the requirements for protection of personal data of employees. Our clients are active in a variety of industries, including finance, education, insurance, health care, catering, accommodation, telecommunications, online commerce as well as retailing.

TRINITI attorneys at law have taken part in development and academic dissemination of the EU data protection policy: attorney at law Karmen Turk is an expert attached to the Council of Europe regards to free data flows online; Maarja Pild is a lecturer of data protection in IT Law for University of Tartu.

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