Our Commitment

The team at Crises Control is confident that we have taken the steps necessary to ensure our policies, processes, and procedures meet GDPR requirements. We understand that compliance with a new set of privacy laws can be challenging, and we are here to help with your GDPR compliance initiative by providing you with state of the art, GDPR-ready services.

Our legal and policy experts have closely analysed GDPR requirements and we’ve taken steps such as updating our Privacy Policy to more transparently disclose our information handling processes and to more comprehensively identify data subject access rights; taking numerous internal-facing steps including but not limited to documenting our data flows and records of processing activity; and ensuring we have in place data processing addendums with any vendors who process personal information on our behalf.

We remain ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 27001:2013 certified under Lloyds Register.

We view compliance with the GDPR as an ongoing journey. We will continue to focus on ongoing GDPR requirements, such as evaluating the privacy impact of new products and services on our users’ personal data and training employees about protecting the privacy of personal information. In addition, we’ll continue to monitor new guidance on best practices for implementing the requirements of the GDPR. We are also dedicated to helping you, our customer, succeed in complying with the GDPR.


Our value proposition

Crises Control, Data Protection Officers (DPOs) and Information Security Compliance team (ISC) review data security monthly providing a unified approach to GDPR compliance. We help our customer’s DPOs to build a robust data protection and governance framework in which Crises control plays an important role.
Why is Crises Control is required for GDPR?

Confidence that Crises Control is available 99.95% to all our clients.
Holistic approach to information security and standards ISO 27001.
Secure EEC based data centre hosting.
Encryption of data at rest.
SSL encryption of data in transit.
Personal Identification Information (PII) visibility controls.
Ready to use GDPR templates for example; Cyber Attack, DLP, Loss/Theft of Data, Subject Access Request.
Critical task tracking with time dependant KPIs and escalation workflow.
Command and Control dashboard with real-time visibility into issues, as well as the follow-up and completion of actions.
Reports and audit trail for post-incident review.


If you have determined that you qualify as a data controller under the GDPR and need a data processing addendum (DPA) in place with Crises Control, either send us your standard Data Protection Addendum agreement or contact us ([email protected]) to provide you with our standard DPA document.  




If you have questions about these terms or anything else about Crises Control, please don't hesitate to contact us:

GDPR compliance
Privacy Policy
Cookies Policy
Terms of Use
End User Licence Agreement
Acceptable Use Policy
Data Protection, Crises Control Limited, 19 Heather Park Drive, Wembley, London HAO 1SS.
Email   [email protected]
Telephone: +44 (o)2085844385


You can find more detailed information about the GDPR from the Information Commissioner’s Office in the UK. https://ico.org.uk/

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