The seemingly ever-changing privacy regulatory landscape has transformed the way organizations and individuals think about the protection and use of personal information. The need to manage personal information in a secure and compliant way is greater than ever. 

The introduction of new data protection laws, the increasing level of regulatory action and the changing cyber threat landscape, all drive an organisation’s privacy compliance requirements. Apart from these risk and regulatory drivers, there are other factors that are forcing organisations to adapt and enhance their privacy practices; these include new technology, a greater focus on digital transformation and the changing public perception regarding the collection and use of individuals’ personal information.

With greater scrutiny from data protection regulators, activists and privacy-savvy consumers, now more than ever, organisations should be seeking to consolidate and strengthen. With such a variety of challenges, it can be difficult to focus on the issues that matter most to the business.

Questions you may need to consider:

Our privacy services

KPMG’s experienced team of Privacy Risk Advisory, Privacy Legal and Privacy Technology experts can rapidly mobilize to help you assess key issues, transform your business, and partner with you to operate your privacy processes.

Assess

o Data privacy maturity assessment
o Data privacy gap assessment against applicable laws and regulations
o Data privacy audits
o Current state gap assessments
o Remediation reports
o Roadmap development

Implement

o Data privacy framework implementation
o Data discovery and classification
o Data mapping, RoPAs, DPIAs
o Data subject requestsn
o Consent management
o Data breach management
o Third party management
o Information security controls
o Privacy management tool implementation

Design

o Data privacy strategy and program definition
o Data privacy framework design
o Data privacy policies, procedures, templates
o Contract and notice documentation
o Privacy governance structure and target operating model
o Data privacy management tool design

Operate

o DPO-as-a-Service: End-to-end data privacy management services
o Checklist, KPIs, compliance dashboards, and templates, as required to monitor progress and compliance
o Privacy awareness sessions
o Data subject requestsn
o Role-based advance training

Why KPMG?

KPMG Lower Gulf’s data privacy practice offers a multifaceted approach to assess, design, improve, and manage your data privacy challenges. Our team’s expertise in cyber security instils confidence in our clients for delivering world-class services.

Our team’s passion for precision, quality, and objectivity ensures an unwavering commitment to help you embed data privacy and trust into all your organization’s activities.

We offer these benefits because we can bring an uncommon combination of strengths — technological expertise, in-depth business knowledge and creative professionals who are passionate about protecting and building your business.

Global experts in data protection

Our global team consists of 500+ trained data protection resources that are members of IAPP and can provide you with a tailored plan to safely manage information across your organization.

KPMG Diamond membership with the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).

KPMG Diamond membership with the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).

Global office locations

Our regional data protection Center of Excellence is based in the UAE with certified and experienced professionals.

Global technology capabilities

Through our global ecosystem of technology capabilities, we deliver end-to-end privacy solutions. We have readily available lab demonstrations to showcase Data Privacy solutions across the following vendors at your request:

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