GDPRiS develops closer working partnership with NexusProtect
GDPR in Schools Limited, the UK’s leading provider of data protection monitoring and management software to schools, and NexusProtect, a leading provider of data protection officer services to the education sector, have announced a closer working relationship.
This partnership brings together a wealth of experience and understanding of data protection in education. Schools will have greater peace of mind knowing that the information, guidance and support available to them will help ensure their compliance with the GDPR.
Talking about NexusProtect’s contribution, Nick Holden commented “NexusProtect are extremely happy to be taking the relationship with GDPRiS to the next level and become a preferred delivery partner. As well as DPO services, NexusProtect provide a range of additional services to its schools from advice on physical security through to business continuity and more recently Covid Testing. With the use of technology and practical delivery of data protection services, schools will greatly reduce the risk of breaches and ensure robust compliance with data protection legislation.”
Almost 3,000 schools trust GDPRiS to navigate their journey to compliance. The software’s group management feature enables schools to use any DPO service they choose and give them access to real-time information and powerful reporting on their compliance status. The software immediately notifies the schools’ DPO of breaches, streamlines collaboration in responding to SARs and FOIs with a complete history to demonstrate compliance and much more.
Melanie Hurley, Head of Marketing at GDPR in Schools said “We’re excited to develop this closer working relationship with the team at NexusProtect. As two organisations dedicated to helping schools achieve compliance with data protection law, I’m confident we can offer a comprehensive service to schools. The partnership brings many benefits, a professional DPO service powered by GDPRiS and access to shared resources and expertise. ”