General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Toolkit

Individual’s Rights

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) created some new rights for individuals and strengthens some of the rights that previously existed under the Data Protection Act 1988/2003.


Data Protection Policy Template

The GDPR requires every business to have a data protection policy, which needs to be reviewed regularly.


Privacy Notice Requirements

The GDPR requires a privacy notice to be Concise, transparent and written in clear and plain language.


GDPR Glossary

The following GDPR Glossary is a non-exhaustive list of terms related to the GDPR and what their meaning is.


Conducting a Data Audit

Here we show you what type of detail you need to gather in order to conduct a data audit. There is an accompanying appendix, which has templates to assist with the data audit.


Consent within the GDPR

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) sets out much more stringent requirements in regards to consent from the data subjects.


Infographics from the GDPR Coalition & L2 Cyber Security

Useful links for further information:

Please note these are external sites to L2 Cyber Security and we cannot be held liable for their content.

  • The Irish Data Protection Commissioner (DPC) GDPR website. Link
  • The UK Information Commissioner's Office (ICO). Link
  • The French Statutory body, the CNIL (incl. free DPIA software). Link
  • The GDPR Awareness Coalition, Infographics section. Link
  • The Direct Marketing Association guidance on Legitimate Interests. Link
  • IBEC guidance for employers (incl. data retention periods). Link
  • International Regulatory Strategy Group Data Processing Agreement sample. Link