GPDR- General Protection Data Regulation – Compliance Services

Achieve GDPR compliance with ease with industry-leading cybersecurity standards enabled by technology and intelligence.


GDPR Compliance: Enhanced Data Protection and 360-Degree Security

Organizations that manage or process personal data from the European Union must comply with Global Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) law that protects EU individuals’ basic right to privacy, even whether they operate from or outside the European Union. This legislation does not apply just to organisations that provide financial services. This regulation standardised the procedures of legitimately collecting, processing, and keeping personal data of EU citizens and residents, and it applies even to firms that have business agreements with organisations that operate with such sensitive data. A personal data leak may cost businesses a lot of money.

CDWT’s professionals are ready to help your firm achieve complete General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance in the most efficient and secure manner possible. Contact us now to learn why global industry leaders rely on CDWT for GDPR compliance, personal data protection, processing personal data, data access management, information security, and other services.

What Does Global Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Mean Precisely?

The General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR is a privacy law enacted by the European Union (EU) in May 2018 to protect the privacy and data of its residents by improving and unifying the manner in which organisations (both data controllers and data processors) collect, store, process, and handle personal data. The regulation applies to all businesses that operate in the EU region or are affiliated with organisations that operate in any of the EU member states.

Why must your company be compliant with the GDPR?

Considered to be the harshest data protection legislation, GDPR puts your customers in the driver’s seat as the law confers and respects the 8 essential data rights of an individual. As the regulation empowers business prospects and consumers with rights over their personal data, it becomes imperative for every business to become GDPR compliant in order to avoid harsh penalties for non-compliance, ensure data security, protect the business' reputation, and avoid any costs associated with damage control.

However, the GDPR legislation is not all doom and gloom. It also has a multitude of perks. First, it will build your company's image as a trustworthy custodian of consumers' personal information, therefore increasing consumers' trust in your business. The mandate's use of privileged and identity access control further enhances the information security of your company holistically. Additionally, the requirement saves maintenance expenses dramatically and connects your firm with the most recent technological advancements, allowing for enhanced decision-making.

Essential Data Rights of Your Customers That You Must Protect

The Right of access

The right to forget

Enterprise Software

Right to be informed

Right to rectify information

Right to prohibit personal data processing

Freedom to object

The right to be informed

10 Measures for GDPR Compliance

Mapping all user data collected by your company
Appoint a Chief Privacy Officer (DPO)
Create an exhaustive data log as evidence of GDPR compliance
Assess your data collecting needs
Report data security incidents within 72 hours
Implement an age verification procedure to safeguard the data of minors
Enable doubt-opt-in for your email and newsletter subscribers.
Ensure that your privacy policy is constantly visible and up-to-date.
Assess continuously all third-party risks

Key elements that might affect the GDPR preparedness of your company

Knowledge of the Effect

Limited Available Resources

Cost of conformity

Privacy development level

Legislation's difficulty

Contact with our Compliance Experts

Using CDWT's GDPR Services, you can reduce your cybersecurity risks.

CDWT enables firms to remain GDPR-compliant in a fluid and uncomplicated manner by mapping substantial corporate data and doing a full data protection impact assessment and other process evaluations. In the following ways, CDWT’s complete GDPR services may help your organisation remain GDPR-compliant and up-to-date with developing data protection regulations:

Map extensive organisation data

Segment, evaluate, and safeguard organised and unstructured data

Identify ineffective data encryption techniques

Perform a comprehensive investigation of the encryption mechanisms to guarantee that eavesdropping and manipulation have been completely eliminated.

Enhance the organization's security scope

Comprehensive evaluation of endpoint security and enterprise security

Identify and correct cookie management flaws

Perform comprehensive cookie management with end-to-end testing to bolster organizational networks

Managed Compliance Services from CDWT

CDWT’s Managed Compliance Services enable enterprises to supplement their IT infrastructure, security networks, cloud platforms, data structures, and software/apps in order to become completely compliant with global legislation and standards.

We investigate customer landscapes, access functionalities, and workloads in collaboration with A-star compliance professionals and modern technologies to validate whether or not they adhere to respective protocols while bestowing effective strategies and employing critical processes to risk-proof compliance globally. CDWT Managed Compliance Services protect essential cloud platforms including hyperscaler cloud landscapes, private clouds, third-party environments, on-premises or remote ecosystems, and assist them in becoming completely compliant with the following services:


The Information Security Registered Assessors Program (IRAP) is a collection of security procedures and frameworks designed to audit, assess, and measure an organization's cybersecurity effectiveness in accordance with Australian security laws and standards. The Australian Signals Directorate keeps an eye on this (ASD)

Bank Negara Malaysia

Bank Negara Malaysia oversees a key compliance structure and laws pertaining to BFSI operations and financial institutions (BNM)

Oman's Central Bank

Oman's Central Bank has approved regulations that apply to all BFSI services including financial institutions.


Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority-regulated centralized cybersecurity framework and methods to aid enterprises across all sectors in efficiently protecting their operations, assets, and data.


Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority regulations and frameworks for supervising banks, financial institutions, insurance companies, stock exchanges, securities dealers, and so on.

UAE Regulations

Enhanced UAE compliance with relation to data residency, privacy, and other legislation affecting corporate activities in the UAE.


Security, operational management, data administration, and other compliance rules apply to BFSI operations and financial institutions. Delivered by the Reserve Bank of India, the nation’s leading financial body.


The Monetary Body of Singapore, the country's primary BFSI authority, established guidelines on outsourcing financial institutions' operations and procedures.


The Financial Services Authority of Indonesia (Otoritas Jasa Keuangan) issues and monitors regulations on the running and operations of financial institutions.


The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a set of advanced laws that control the gathering and use of personal data from European Union residents.


The Payment Cards Industry Data Security Standard establishes guidelines and benchmarks to guarantee that all businesses receiving, storing, and processing credit card data operate in a secure environment.


The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act establishes standards and protocols to safeguard the privacy, confidentiality, and integrity of sensitive patient information. Healthcare organizations get the HITRUST (Health Information Trust Alliance) accreditation as verification that they meet HIPAA regulations.


The GXP compliance standard is an abbreviation for regulatory standards and recommendations applicable to a larger range of life sciences, food, and medical items, among other things (the 'X' stands for any letter appropriate vertically). Good Laboratory Practices (GLP), Good Clinical Practices (GCP), and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) are a few examples (GMP).

ISO Standards

Introduced by the International Organization for Standardization, these frameworks validate the worldwide standard standards applicable to any item or service. The number after an ISO denotes the category: ISO-27001, ISO-27017, ISO-27018, ISO-22301, ISO-20000, and so on.

Why Partner with CDWT to Achieve Compliance in Your Industry?

The world's biggest Application-focused Managed Cloud Services Provider and a leader in managed cybersecurity. Dedicated security evaluation services.

12+ years of service to 4000+ corporations, including 60+ Fortune 500 companies, in 25+ countries spanning the Americas, Europe, Middle East, and APAC.

More than 40 Security Controls, twenty Centres of Excellence, and two thousand worldwide cloud specialists

Pre-met compliance demands for local, national, and international compliance regulations, such as IRAP, GDPR, HIPAA, SAMA, CSA, GXP, and ISO Certifications.

3200 UTMs, 13000 HBSS, 800000 EPS

Seven Security frameworks using the MITRE ATT&CK, CIS Critical Security Controls, and more

Comprehensive 24x7 monitoring of cyber security

Advanced Managed Detection and Response Solutions Automated Security Solutions for threat prediction, detection, and response (MDR)

Expertise in managed SOC (Security Operations Center) services and solutions on a global scale.

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Cybersecurity Consulting, Cybersecurity Assessment, and Audit Reporting Services for the Entire IT Stack and Cloud Infrastructure.

Advanced Cybersecurity Incident and Response Team (CSIRT) for CDWT

Threat Intelligence powered by Industry-leading platforms such as Microsoft, OSINT, STIX&TAXI, MISP, etc. and CDWT Threat experts

Considerable threat management knowledge in protecting big and complex settings and using the sophisticated features of industry-leading technologies and Cloud-Native Security products.

Expertise in building and administering comprehensive SIEM - assisting organisations in proactively assessing vulnerabilities and automating and accelerating incident response.