General Data Protection Regulation

Moving forward from May 2018

Assessing and accelerating ongoing GDPR compliance

Most organisations have already taken steps to meet the new General Data Protection Regulation.  However, many still need to implement or refine data management strategies that enable them to meet the needs and ambition of the business whilst remaining compliant.

At Sopra Steria, we know that responding to such wholesale change is challenging.  We work with organisations across the public and private sector, helping them respond effectively to regulatory change whilst delivering a flexible and sustainable environment that adds value to their business operation.

Injecting momentum into GDPR strategies

We have diverse skills, experience and capability in delivering complex regulatory solutions.  Our talented team of regulatory experts shape strategies that bridge the gap between business and the IT functions, delivering insight and value to our clients so they understand the best way to move forward.

We are adept at devising solutions that maximise existing investments whilst safely pioneering new and innovative ways of working.  Using our rich ‘real time’ experience across multiple sectors, we design flexible, highly robust compliance solutions that help us identify and address emerging privacy and security risks.

Our in-depth experience and capabilities enable us to recommend pragmatic strategies that link results directly to business goals. This ensures we design flexible, highly robust solutions that deliver GDPR objectives.

Driving change to achieve rapid results   

We take the time to listen to our clients and learn about their objectives and priorities before we recommend a way forward.  We then offer a broad range of services at the ‘right’ scale for our clients, so they choose a solution that is right for them.

Our services encompass:

  • End to end strategy development – we shape regulatory strategies that bridge IT and business ensuring that personal information (PI) data risks and highlight weaknesses are identified and reported early
  • Knowledge and expertise to plug capability gaps – we have the right people with the right skills to meet any ‘data privacy gaps’
  • Independent expert advice and recommendations on the latest compliance requirements – turning insight into a meaningful action plan
  • Data and analytics capability – we can advise about new and exciting ways to capture, manage and store personal information data to embed compliance led change whilst accelerating performance, growth and profits.


We work collaboratively with our clients to deliver innovative commercial models that drive change and achieve outstanding results with a rapid ROI.  So no matter where you are in your GDPR journey, we believe we can add real value to your data privacy compliance programme.

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Data security: how will the EU’s GDPR impact business?

by Jean-Philippe Cassard In April 2016 the European parliament passed the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)