+40 256 706 057 contact@avaelgo.ro

Data Protection (GDPR) Services

Get ready for GDPR


Assess whether the GDPR applies to your organization, and, if so, to what extent


Plan with the concrete steps to improve your GDPR compliance and take appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect personal data from loss or unauthorized access or disclosure.


GDPR setup & configuration – effectively manage your data that involves both data governance and data classification, as well as respecting the new standards in transparency, accountability, and record-keeping.

An offer to get you started:

Initial analysis: starting from 2000 EUR* + VAT / one time cost

Monthly support package: starting from 800 EUR* + VAT / month

*Depending on size and complexity

How much will it cost

Key Benefits of Becoming GDPR Ready


Trust and Improved Business Reputation

Major data breaches have made global headlines, but the problem of data protection is a lot bigger when smaller companies are considered.


Customers will have more confidence in your brand

Being certified as GDPR complaint is going to be a major plus in marketing terms, boosting your business’s reputation as secure in the eyes of potential customers.

With a reputation for being ‘cyber safe’, it will also greatly improve loyalty amongst your existing customers.


More Accurate Data

The accuracy levels of data stored in your company’s database will be much improved.


The increased data accuracy will result in higher communication efficiency

This is a great opportunity to fine-tuning your database. You’ll be able to keep only personal details that your customer relationship management specifically requires and that you have proven permission to use. That means prioritizing quality over quantity, making your CRM easier to operate and data more accurate.

To support your road to compliance we have designed a simple, straight forward GDPR readiness package.

Audit & Gap Analysis

We perform an initial audit and find the current gaps in the existing security policies and procedures which prevent the organization from becoming GDPR compliant.

We recommend companies begin their journey to GDPR compliance by focusing on four key pillars of an effective data protection regime:

  • Discover: identify what personal data you have and where it resides.
  • Manage: determine how personal data is used and accessed.
  • Protect: establish security controls to prevent, detect, and respond to vulnerabilities and data breaches.
  • Report: execute on data requests, report data breaches, and keep required documentation.

Develop Program & Compliance Plan

Along with the customer, we develop a compliance plan and roadmap, designed to address and remediate any discovered gaps.

Implement The Compliance Plan

We assist you in the process of becoming GDPR compliant, through consulting services and implementation of software solutions.

External Data Protection Officer-As-A-Service

The EU GDPR states that certain organizations will be required to appoint a dedicated Data Protection Officer (DPO). Hiring a DPO will be a challenge for most companies, because the existing pool of experienced DPO is really small. Therefore, we offer external DPO-as-a-service, so you can focus on running your business. We have the expertise in data protection law and practices, and a complete understanding of your IT infrastructure, technology, and technical and organizational structure.

Deep Privacy Expertise. Proven Methodology. Powerful Technology.

Our team will do all the heavy-lifting for you:

Initial audit, followed by the gap analysis report

Design a compliance plan to address any discovered gaps

The actual GDPR setup & configuration

External Data Protection Officer-As-A-Service


“When it comes to data protection, small businesses tend to be less well prepared. They have less to invest in getting it right. They don’t have compliance teams or data protection officers. But small organisations often process a lot of personal data, and the reputation and liability risks are just as real.”

Elizabeth Denham

President of the Centre for Information Policy Leadership


“As the GDPR raises the privacy bar to a new level, I think cloud computing is going to help many organizations manage their data better and ultimately be more protective for an organization. If they work with the right trusted partners, it will go a long way towards satisfying their GDPR compliance.”

Bojana Bellamy

President of the Centre for Information Policy Leadership

GDPR is serious business. Make sure you are ready.

Find out how much will it cost

Pin It on Pinterest