FleetCheck has appointed a new GDPR compliance manager, Sue O’Connell, ahead of the implementation in May.
O’Connell (pictured) has experience in software testing and compliance, most notably as senior product consultant at corporate documentation company PleaseTech.
“The processes in place at FleetCheck are already very robust, so we expect meeting the needs of GDPR will be a relatively straightforward task,” said O’Connell.
“Currently, we are undertaking in-depth risk analysis so that we can highlight areas which need to be addressed, altering policies and procedures as necessary in good time for May.”
She will also be helping FleetCheck work towards the ISO27001 information security standard.
O’Connell said: “There is an increasing focus on data security among fleets and other partners of all sizes and gaining ISO27001 will enable us to prove very robust levels of compliance.”
Ultimately, non-compliant companies can be fined up to 4% of their worldwide turnover.