Alpha Reply and Keepabl combine the innovation of a startup with the support of a global consultancy to make GDPR compliance simple for organisations.
Bringing together Keepabl’s award-winning GDPR Solution and Alpha Reply, a data consultancy arm of Reply, to help organisations easily comply with GDPR.
London – 23 September 2019 – Alpha Reply, the Reply Group company specialising in data driven and regulatory activities including GDPR compliance services, and Keepabl®, the award-winning Privacy-as-a-Service provider, today announced a unique two-part partnership aimed at providing a holistic, practical and flexible GDPR compliance service direct to Alpha Reply’s clients (a virtual Data Protection Officer or vDPO service). The joined up solution is also offered to Financial Institutions as a white-label ‘beyond banking’ value added service to SME customers.
Robert Baugh, Founder and CEO of Keepabl, adds ‘Keepabl and Alpha Reply’s partnership brings a simple, practical and intuitive way for Alpha Reply’s customers of any type and size to get compliant, and stay compliant, with GDPR. We know from our own conversations with our customers that the demand for this combined solution is high, so we’re very excited to include Keepabl in Alpha Reply’s vDPO service, both for their direct clients and to enable institutions to offer the combined vDPO service to their business customers. With increasing fines, audits and internal pressure to comply, it’s a very timely and compelling offering.’
About Alpha Reply
Alpha Reply helps organisations become truly Data-Driven by defining, planning and executing their data revolution. As part of this, Alpha Reply has partnered with Keepabl to simplify GDPR compliance by offering Virtual Data Protection Officer services. www.alpha.reply.com
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Keepabl’s award-winning GDPR SaaS solution is focussed on helping MSPs and non-specialist customers ‘get the job done’ on GDPR compliance, creating maximum relevant outputs from the minimum input, delivering analytics needed to remediate gaps, and helping to accelerate revenue and reduce risk. Instant, automated Article 30 Records, Data Map analysis, breach management, processor management, and more. A single place in the cloud for all your policies, procedures, DPIAs, training and other privacy materials.
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