digigrow GDPR

At Digigrow we like to see GDPR as a reason to streamline business operations and to optimise online engagement strategies, data collection and usage. GDPR should be seen as an opportunity and not as a burden.

What is GDPR?

A European Regulation to give European citizens back control over their personal data

Came in to force in May 2016

Became European law in May 2018

Non compliance can induce a fine up to €20 million or 4% of your company’s global gross revenue.

Advantages of GDPR

  • An opportunity to review and optimise your business processes
  • Clean, consolidate and centralise your data
  • Gain a competitive advantage through GDPR compliance
General data protection regulation

Our Process

Initial Consultation

We present an overview of the GDPR project process and get a high-level overview of your business. This allows you to get a feel for us and how we would work together on the project.

GDPR Gap Analysis

We carry out onsite visits and undertake a gap analysis of your business to map out all of your data flows and to analyse exactly where and how you interact with GDPR

Action Plan

We analyse the collected data and develop a comprehensive report that contains a list of prioritised actions that will help you move to GDPR compliance. You’ll know exactly where to start and what to do to become compliant.


We can help you to implement all of the required compliance actions. This may range from developing of documentation to full start to finish project management of your compliance process

take your first steps towards gdpr compliance with digigrow

Does GDPR affect you?
  • Any organisation or body located in the EU which is processing data
  • Any processing of personal data relating to subjects who are in the EU
  • Do you currently capture and hold personal data?
  • Do you process personal data?
  • Do you instruct others to process personal data for you?
What is personal data?
  • Any information relating to an identifiable person who can be directly or indirectly identified
  • -Name
  • -Identification number
  • -Location data
  • -Online identifier
What does data processing mean?
  • Collection
  • Recording
  • Organisation
  • Structuring
  • Storage
  • Adaptation or alteration
  • Retrieval
  • Disclosure by transmission
  • Dissemination
  • Alignment or combination
  • Restriction
  • Erasure or destruction
  • etc
What data is subject to GDPR?
  • -Personal data as described above
  • -Sensitive personal data i.e. special categories of personal data such as genetic and biometric data
  • -Location data
  • -Online identifier
What data is not subject to GDPR?
  • -Personal data used in the prevention, investigation, detection or prosecution of criminal offences
  • -Personal data used in border checks, asylum and immigration status
Do I need a Data Protection Officer?
  • -Does your organisation regularly and systematically monitor individuals at a large scale?
  • -Does your organisation process special categories of data (religious beliefs, ethnic information, sexual orientation etc.) or personal data relating to convictions or offences?
  • -Is your organisation a public body or authority?
Data Protection Officer (DPO) as a Service
  • If your business needs a DPO but not on a full-time basis Digigrow’s DPO-as-a-Service can help you meet your obligation to protect personal information
  • On demand access to a DPO to suit your business needs
  • Correctly apply Privacy-by-Design principles to new projects
  • Data Protection Impact Assessments
  • Data breach management and procedures
  • Risk assessment and management
From €1,000 / month depending on the size and needs of your company

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GDPR Services

Digigrow offer a range of GDPR services for businesses of all sizes

Small Business

  • High level audit of your business
  • Investigation in to GDPR interaction
  • Prioritised actions to help you become compliant
€500 - €1,000
Timeline ½ - 1 day

Staff workshops

  • Hands on interactive GDPR workshop with all staff
  • Empower your employees to understand GDPR applied to their roles
  • On-site recommendations applied to your business
€1,000 - €1,500
Timeline ½ - 1 day

Gdpr audit

  • Initial scoping consultation
  • Interview with all of the necessary stake holders
  • Detailed data mapping
  • Complete GDPR gap analysis
  • Prioritised action list
€2,000 – €6,000

Ongoing Consultation

  • Ongoing GDPR support
  • Regular reviews
  • Documentation development
4 hours €300 / Month 8 hours€550 / Month 12 hours €750 / Month

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