GDPR Services to help you fulfill the requirements

Do you need help with maintaining compliance with GDPR?

On the 25th of May 2018, the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was applied in law, and all organizations that process personal data of EU/EEA citizens have to fulfil the requirements of the regulation. GDPR compliance calls for legal, organizational and technical knowhow, as the regulation encompasses these aspects.

Complior has experience in providing companies with knowledge and solutions to comply with GDPR. We can offer GDPR compliance solutions that help you every step of the way.

Novelties in the GDPR

The regulation tightens the rules regarding how organizations operating in the EU may collect, access, store and manage personal data.

  • Stronger requirements when affected persons require access to their own personal data
  • Tighter requirements for how personal data is collected and what is considered consent
  • Interested persons can have their data transferred from one organization to another
  • Interested persons may have their data removed under certain circumstances
  • Organizations affected by an incident must report this within 72 hours of the data breach being detected


Previously, the consequences of breaking the rules were not a big issue for many organizations, however, failure to comply with GDPR can result in fines of up to €20 million, or 4% of global turnover.

GDPR consultancy, training and project management

Our GDPR specialists can help you every step of the way in your GDPR compliance journey. We offer consultancy services such GDPR training and workshops, general GDPR advice as well as project management.

Record of Processing Activities

Complior offer a ready-to-use record of processing activities template. The template allows you to quickly map your organization’s processing of personal data.

Data Privacy Impact Assessment (DPIA)

DPIA stands for Data Privacy Impact Assessment, and is a process to help identify and assess the level of privacy risk of a new project or process. A DPIA must be conducted if the privacy risks are estimated to be high according to GDPR.

DPO as a service

DPO as a service is a practical solution for organizations that don’t have the internal resources, or simply want to outsource the DPO role. A qualified person from our team functions as the Data Protection Officer for your organization. You get a person who not only supervises and acts as a contact person for supervisory authorities, but will also offer advice on all questions regarding the processing of personal data.