GDPR

General Data Protection Regulation

Are you ready to comply?

Despite Brexit as of May 2018 the EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR) will take effect.  If you’re an FM or Building Manager sanctioning the release of data such as CCTV on behalf of the Landlord you must comply.

How will it affect you? If you’re a Facilities or Building Manager responsible for sanctioning the release of Data such as CCTV or Access Control you must have a Data Policy in place by May 2018 to comply with the new legislation. Breaches of legislation could incur penalties of up to €20,000,000 or 4% of global turnover plus Board and Personal liability may also result. What's covered by the legislation? CCTV Automatic Number Plate Recognition Facial / Biometric Recognition Body Worn Cameras Surveillance Drones Photo ID Badges Electronic Access Control Voice Recording The solution? VeriFi provide a comprehensive compliance service throughout the UK for organisations as diverse as The Ministry of Justice, University Campuses, Football Stadia and many of the most respected names in the Investment Property Management Sector. Provided on an annual contract and delivered by our in-house team of specialists our service includes the following: Site visit by in-house assessor Production of Site Specific Policy Document Audit of management processes Assessment of system efficacy Privacy Impact Assessment Summary of Non Compliance with KPI score Supply of Management Documentation Online CCTV Status Check Ongoing supply of consumables including recording media Audit of management procedures Assessment of system performance Availability of Public Information Management of Subject Requests including redaction editing Data Sharing Management Help Desk support service

Can you delegate responsibility?

No, your Guarding Company will have significantly more legal liability than at present but your organisation will have ultimate responsibility for ensuring compliance with GDPR, this task cannot be delegated.

General Data Protection Considerations The responsibility for Security & Surveillance data is specific to the Facilities Management function within the business and is served by VeriFi, however there are other data protection issues that impact on all areas of the business these include, but are not limited to IT, HR and Marketing. The overarching responsibility for Data Protection matters falls to the person acting as Data Protection Officer who should develop and/or coordinate a data policy and report directly to the company’s board.

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How will it affect you? If you’re a Facilities or Building Manager responsible for sanctioning the release of Data such as CCTV or Access Control you must have a Data Policy in place by May 2018 to comply with the new legislation. Breaches of legislation could incur penalties of up to €20,000,000 or 4% of global turnover plus Board and Personal liability may also result. What's covered by the legislation? CCTV Automatic Number Plate Recognition Facial / Biometric Recognition Body Worn Cameras Surveillance Drones Photo ID Badges Electronic Access Control Voice Recording The solution? VeriFi provide a comprehensive compliance service throughout the UK for organisations as diverse as The Ministry of Justice, University Campuses, Football Stadia and many of the most respected names in the Investment Property Management Sector. Provided on an annual contract and delivered by our in-house team of specialists our service includes the following: Site visit by in-house assessor Production of Site Specific Policy Document Audit of management processes Assessment of system efficacy Privacy Impact Assessment Summary of Non Compliance with KPI score Supply of Management Documentation Online CCTV Status Check Ongoing supply of consumables including recording media Audit of management procedures Assessment of system performance Availability of Public Information Management of Subject Requests including redaction editing Data Sharing Management Help Desk support service
General Data Protection Considerations The responsibility for Security & Surveillance data is specific to the Facilities Management function within the business and is served by VeriFi, however there are other data protection issues that impact on all areas of the business these include, but are not limited to IT, HR and Marketing. The overarching responsibility for Data Protection matters falls to the person acting as Data Protection Officer who should develop and/or coordinate a data policy and report directly to the company’s board.
How will it affect you? If you’re a Facilities or Building Manager responsible for sanctioning the release of Data such as CCTV or Access Control you must have a Data Policy in place by May 2018 to comply with the new legislation. Breaches of legislation could incur penalties of up to €20,000,000 or 4% of global turnover plus Board and Personal liability may also result. What's covered by the legislation? CCTV Automatic Number Plate Recognition Facial / Biometric Recognition Body Worn Cameras Surveillance Drones Photo ID Badges Electronic Access Control Voice Recording The solution? VeriFi provide a comprehensive compliance service throughout the UK for organisations as diverse as The Ministry of Justice, University Campuses, Football Stadia and many of the most respected names in the Investment Property Management Sector. Provided on an annual contract and delivered by our in-house team of specialists our service includes the following: Site visit by in-house assessor Production of Site Specific Policy Document Audit of management processes Assessment of system efficacy Privacy Impact Assessment Summary of Non Compliance with KPI score Supply of Management Documentation Online CCTV Status Check Ongoing supply of consumables including recording media Audit of management procedures Assessment of system performance Availability of Public Information Management of Subject Requests including redaction editing Data Sharing Management Help Desk support service General Data Protection Considerations The responsibility for Security & Surveillance data is specific to the Facilities Management function within the business and is served by VeriFi, however there are other data protection issues that impact on all areas of the business these include, but are not limited to IT, HR and Marketing. The overarching responsibility for Data Protection matters falls to the person acting as Data Protection Officer who should develop and/or coordinate a data policy and report directly to the company’s board.
How will it affect you? If you’re a Facilities or Building Manager responsible for sanctioning the release of Data such as CCTV or Access Control you must have a Data Policy in place by May 2018 to comply with the new legislation. Breaches of legislation could incur penalties of up to €20,000,000 or 4% of global turnover plus Board and Personal liability may also result. What's covered by the legislation? CCTV Automatic Number Plate Recognition Facial / Biometric Recognition Body Worn Cameras Surveillance Drones Photo ID Badges Electronic Access Control Voice Recording The solution? VeriFi provide a comprehensive compliance service throughout the UK for organisations as diverse as The Ministry of Justice, University Campuses, Football Stadia and many of the most respected names in the Investment Property Management Sector. Provided on an annual contract and delivered by our in-house team of specialists our service includes the following: Site visit by in-house assessor Production of Site Specific Policy Document Audit of management processes Assessment of system efficacy Privacy Impact Assessment Summary of Non Compliance with KPI score Supply of Management Documentation Online CCTV Status Check Ongoing supply of consumables including recording media Audit of management procedures Assessment of system performance Availability of Public Information Management of Subject Requests including redaction editing Data Sharing Management Help Desk support service General Data Protection Considerations The responsibility for Security & Surveillance data is specific to the Facilities Management function within the business and is served by VeriFi, however there are other data protection issues that impact on all areas of the business these include, but are not limited to IT, HR and Marketing. The overarching responsibility for Data Protection matters falls to the person acting as Data Protection Officer who should develop and/or coordinate a data policy and report directly to the company’s board.
How will it affect you? If you’re a Facilities or Building Manager responsible for sanctioning the release of Data such as CCTV or Access Control you must have a Data Policy in place by May 2018 to comply with the new legislation. Breaches of legislation could incur penalties of up to €20,000,000 or 4% of global turnover plus Board and Personal liability may also result. What's covered by the legislation? CCTV Automatic Number Plate Recognition Facial / Biometric Recognition Body Worn Cameras Surveillance Drones Photo ID Badges Electronic Access Control Voice Recording The solution? VeriFi provide a comprehensive compliance service throughout the UK for organisations as diverse as The Ministry of Justice, University Campuses, Football Stadia and many of the most respected names in the Investment Property Management Sector. Provided on an annual contract and delivered by our in-house team of specialists our service includes the following: Site visit by in-house assessor Production of Site Specific Policy Document Audit of management processes Assessment of system efficacy Privacy Impact Assessment Summary of Non Compliance with KPI score Supply of Management Documentation Online CCTV Status Check Ongoing supply of consumables including recording media Audit of management procedures Assessment of system performance Availability of Public Information Management of Subject Requests including redaction editing Data Sharing Management Help Desk support service General Data Protection Considerations The responsibility for Security & Surveillance data is specific to the Facilities Management function within the business and is served by VeriFi, however there are other data protection issues that impact on all areas of the business these include, but are not limited to IT, HR and Marketing. The overarching responsibility for Data Protection matters falls to the person acting as Data Protection Officer who should develop and/or coordinate a data policy and report directly to the company’s board.
How will it affect you? If you’re a Facilities or Building Manager responsible for sanctioning the release of Data such as CCTV or Access Control you must have a Data Policy in place by May 2018 to comply with the new legislation. Breaches of legislation could incur penalties of up to €20,000,000 or 4% of global turnover plus Board and Personal liability may also result. What's covered by the legislation? CCTV Automatic Number Plate Recognition Facial / Biometric Recognition Body Worn Cameras Surveillance Drones Photo ID Badges Electronic Access Control Voice Recording The solution? VeriFi provide a comprehensive compliance service throughout the UK for organisations as diverse as The Ministry of Justice, University Campuses, Football Stadia and many of the most respected names in the Investment Property Management Sector. Provided on an annual contract and delivered by our in-house team of specialists our service includes the following: Site visit by in-house assessor Production of Site Specific Policy Document Audit of management processes Assessment of system efficacy Privacy Impact Assessment Summary of Non Compliance with KPI score Supply of Management Documentation Online CCTV Status Check Ongoing supply of consumables including recording media Audit of management procedures Assessment of system performance Availability of Public Information Management of Subject Requests including redaction editing Data Sharing Management Help Desk support service General Data Protection Considerations The responsibility for Security & Surveillance data is specific to the Facilities Management function within the business and is served by VeriFi, however there are other data protection issues that impact on all areas of the business these include, but are not limited to IT, HR and Marketing. The overarching responsibility for Data Protection matters falls to the person acting as Data Protection Officer who should develop and/or coordinate a data policy and report directly to the company’s board.
How will it affect you? If you’re a Facilities or Building Manager responsible for sanctioning the release of Data such as CCTV or Access Control you must have a Data Policy in place by May 2018 to comply with the new legislation. Breaches of legislation could incur penalties of up to €20,000,000 or 4% of global turnover plus Board and Personal liability may also result. What's covered by the legislation? CCTV Automatic Number Plate Recognition Facial / Biometric Recognition Body Worn Cameras Surveillance Drones Photo ID Badges Electronic Access Control Voice Recording The solution? VeriFi provide a comprehensive compliance service throughout the UK for organisations as diverse as The Ministry of Justice, University Campuses, Football Stadia and many of the most respected names in the Investment Property Management Sector. Provided on an annual contract and delivered by our in-house team of specialists our service includes the following: Site visit by in-house assessor Production of Site Specific Policy Document Audit of management processes Assessment of system efficacy Privacy Impact Assessment Summary of Non Compliance with KPI score Supply of Management Documentation Online CCTV Status Check Ongoing supply of consumables including recording media Audit of management procedures Assessment of system performance Availability of Public Information Management of Subject Requests including redaction editing Data Sharing Management Help Desk support service General Data Protection Considerations The responsibility for Security & Surveillance data is specific to the Facilities Management function within the business and is served by VeriFi, however there are other data protection issues that impact on all areas of the business these include, but are not limited to IT, HR and Marketing. The overarching responsibility for Data Protection matters falls to the person acting as Data Protection Officer who should develop and/or coordinate a data policy and report directly to the company’s board.
How will it affect you? If you’re a Facilities or Building Manager responsible for sanctioning the release of Data such as CCTV or Access Control you must have a Data Policy in place by May 2018 to comply with the new legislation. Breaches of legislation could incur penalties of up to €20,000,000 or 4% of global turnover plus Board and Personal liability may also result. What's covered by the legislation? CCTV Automatic Number Plate Recognition Facial / Biometric Recognition Body Worn Cameras Surveillance Drones Photo ID Badges Electronic Access Control Voice Recording The solution? VeriFi provide a comprehensive compliance service throughout the UK for organisations as diverse as The Ministry of Justice, University Campuses, Football Stadia and many of the most respected names in the Investment Property Management Sector. Provided on an annual contract and delivered by our in-house team of specialists our service includes the following: Site visit by in-house assessor Production of Site Specific Policy Document Audit of management processes Assessment of system efficacy Privacy Impact Assessment Summary of Non Compliance with KPI score Supply of Management Documentation Online CCTV Status Check Ongoing supply of consumables including recording media Audit of management procedures Assessment of system performance Availability of Public Information Management of Subject Requests including redaction editing Data Sharing Management Help Desk support service
General Data Protection Considerations The responsibility for Security & Surveillance data is specific to the Facilities Management function within the business and is served by VeriFi, however there are other data protection issues that impact on all areas of the business these include, but are not limited to IT, HR and Marketing. The overarching responsibility for Data Protection matters falls to the person acting as Data Protection Officer who should develop and/or coordinate a data policy and report directly to the company’s board.
How will it affect you? If you’re a Facilities or Building Manager responsible for sanctioning the release of Data such as CCTV or Access Control you must have a Data Policy in place by May 2018 to comply with the new legislation. Breaches of legislation could incur penalties of up to €20,000,000 or 4% of global turnover plus Board and Personal liability may also result. What's covered by the legislation? CCTV Automatic Number Plate Recognition Facial / Biometric Recognition Body Worn Cameras Surveillance Drones Photo ID Badges Electronic Access Control Voice Recording The solution? VeriFi provide a comprehensive compliance service throughout the UK for organisations as diverse as The Ministry of Justice, University Campuses, Football Stadia and many of the most respected names in the Investment Property Management Sector. Provided on an annual contract and delivered by our in-house team of specialists our service includes the following: Site visit by in-house assessor Production of Site Specific Policy Document Audit of management processes Assessment of system efficacy Privacy Impact Assessment Summary of Non Compliance with KPI score Supply of Management Documentation Online CCTV Status Check Ongoing supply of consumables including recording media Audit of management procedures Assessment of system performance Availability of Public Information Management of Subject Requests including redaction editing Data Sharing Management Help Desk support service
General Data Protection Considerations The responsibility for Security & Surveillance data is specific to the Facilities Management function within the business and is served by VeriFi, however there are other data protection issues that impact on all areas of the business these include, but are not limited to IT, HR and Marketing. The overarching responsibility for Data Protection matters falls to the person acting as Data Protection Officer who should develop and/or coordinate a data policy and report directly to the company’s board.