End Point Security

Strengthening organizations against cyber threats with
advanced endpoint security measures.

Compromise Assessment

Comprehensive compromise assessments for proactive
detection and mitigation of security breaches.

Identity And Access Management

Enabling secure user access and data protection through
Identity and Access Management consulting.

Secure Infrastructure Deployment

Empowering organizations with secure infrastructure
design and deployment for robust data integrity.

Ransomware Readiness

Assessing and fortifying ransomware readiness to
minimize threats and enhance recovery strategies.

Purple Team Assessment

Fostering collaborative cybersecurity excellence
through defensive strategies and vulnerability identification.

Enterprise Incident Response

Minimizing damage and ensuring swift recovery with
strategic incident response consulting for enterprises.

Disaster Recovery as a service

Ensuring uninterrupted operations through proactive
disaster recovery consulting for businesses.

Data Migration

Seamless and secure data migration consulting for
efficient transitions with minimal disruption.

Data Recovery

Expert data recovery consulting for swift retrieval of
valuable information and minimal business disruption.

SOC Maturity Assessment

Enhancing cybersecurity readiness through comprehensive
SOC assessment consulting.

Digital Forensics Investigation

We specialize in uncovering, preserving, and securing digital evidence for aiding in cybercrime resolution.

IT Risk Management

Thorough IT Risk Management Assessment
for Nurturing Business Resilience

CCSS Compliance Audit

Assure regulatory alignment, fostering
market legitimacy and investor trust

ISO 22301 Compliance Audit

Advancing the Contemporary Business
Continuity Management process

ISO 27001 Compliance Auditing

Nurturing Maturity Across People,
Processes, and Technology

Cloud Adoption Framework

IT offers a structured plan for organizations to efficiently manage their cloud migration and usage strategies.

GDPR Compliance Audit

Ensures data privacy compliance, mitigates
risks, and enhance customer trust

PCI DSS Compliance Audit

Strengthen payment security, safeguarding
sensitive data & fosters customer confidence

HIPPA Compliance Consulting

Protect the security of healthcare information,
legal compliance, and fosters patient trust.

HITRUST Compliance Consulting

Improve healthcare cybersecurity, streamlines
risk management & boosts credibility

Virtual Data Protection Officer

Remote professional who provides expertise in data protection and compliance.

FINRA Compliance

Reinforces the integrity of financial services,
compliance & nurtures trust among investors.

Fair Risk Assessment

Quantify decision-making with FAIR framework
to assess and manage information risks.

CCPA Compliance Audit

Ensure transparent data handling, respects
consumer rights, and fortify data-driven trust

SOC2 Compliance Audit & Report

Validates operational quality, builds customer
trust & demonstrates dedication to data security

ISO 27701 Compliance Audit

Assesses an organization's adherence to the privacy information management standard.

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Secure Source Code Review

We identify source code vulnerabilities, ensuring strong defense against critical attacks.

Spear Phishing Simulations

We check the awareness of the people
towards enterprise cyber security policies

Infrastructure Pentesting

Maturing organizational resilience by evaluating the security posture of IT infrastructure.

Mobile Application Pentesting

Strengthens mobile app security by addressing vulnerabilities and ensuring robust protection .

DevSecOps Solutions

Strengthening software development through security-focused testing in DevSecOps.

IOT Security Assessment

Strengthens IoT systems by vulnerability analysis & ensuring defense with hardcore pentesting

Red Team Operations Services

Simulating real-world APT attacks to evaluate an organization's security readiness .

Cloud Pentesting And Security

Ensuring the robustness of cloud infrastructure by pentesting and defending the cloud .

Web Application Pentesting

Detecting issues across various programming languages, frontend & backend environments

Blockchain Penetration Testing

Evaluating blockchain security via vulnerability testing to prevent potential breaches.

Web API Pentesting

Validate API design ,configuration and implementation according to security policies.

ICS SCADA Pentesting

We safeguards industrial control systems by identifying and fixing vulnerabilities 

Security Configuration Review

In-depth inspection of enterprise devices or applications to identify configuration weaknesses .

Thick client Security Assessment

Conducting security assessment of local and server-side processing and communication protocols

Web3 Penetration Testing

Securing Web3 by probing and addressing vulnerabilities in decentralized apps and protocols.
corporate services

GDPR Compliance Audit Services

Intelligence Driven Cyber Security Operations

GDPR Compliance Audit

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a comprehensive and far-reaching set of rules that extends its protective measures beyond the borders of the European Union,  Asia and Canada . This regulatory framework establishes a robust and standardized legal structure for companies operating in these regions that handle personal data. It places a strong emphasis on the ethical and lawful acquisition of personal information and demands that organizations take rigorous measures to safeguard it from any form of misuse or abuse.

GDPR’s applicability to Asia and Canada underscores its commitment to global data privacy standards, ensuring that individuals’ rights are respected and protected, regardless of their geographic location. Companies involved in the processing and transmission of personal data are obligated to adhere to these regulations diligently. This includes obtaining explicit consent from data subjects, implementing stringent security measures, and providing transparent information about data handling practices.

Non-compliance with GDPR can have severe consequences for businesses operating in Asia and Canada. Penalties for failing to meet the regulatory requirements can be substantial, potentially reaching up to 4% of the company’s annual revenue or 20 million euros, depending on which amount is higher. These penalties serve as a powerful deterrent to encourage organizations to prioritize data protection and privacy in their operations, benefiting individuals and society as a whole.

  • Achieving compliance with data privacy regulations, much like GDPR, poses a significant challenge for companies operating in Asia and Canada. However, once compliance is established, it becomes imperative for organizations to conduct regular internal audits specific to the Asian and Canadian regions to assess their adherence to these regulations. These audits serve several critical purposes, including the identification and rectification of compliance gaps, the documentation of ongoing compliance efforts, and the establishment of accountability and continuous monitoring of the organization’s privacy initiatives.
  • Conducting GDPR audits in these regions not only helps companies in Asia and Canada to maintain compliance but also potentially reduces the severity of penalties in case of a data breach. It demonstrates the organization’s proactive commitment to comply with data privacy regulations. Compliance is an ongoing and evolving process, necessitating regular assessments to ensure that companies align with the specific requirements of Asian and Canadian data protection laws.
  • The GDPR audit process plays a crucial role in ensuring that organizations have the necessary processes in place and are earnestly respecting the privacy rights of data subjects in Asia and Canada. Here’s a guide for organizations in these regions to follow for a successful audit process:
  • While achieving GDPR compliance may appear daunting, being proactive in compliance efforts offers significant advantages. It enables companies to earn the trust of digital consumers who are increasingly concerned about privacy. Prioritizing user experience and demonstrating a commitment to user preferences are vital aspects of GDPR compliance, which can foster positive relationships with customers.
  • Furthermore, GDPR compliance provides opportunities for businesses to expand their reach by marketing to new data subjects, as long as they uphold data privacy rights. Perhaps most crucially, achieving compliance at an early stage significantly reduces the likelihood of regulatory investigations and fines in the future, ensuring long-term legal and reputational protection for organizations.

  • In the Asia-Pacific region, only New Zealand currently meets the EU’s GDPR adequacy standards, indicating that it provides a sufficient level of data protection through its domestic legislation and international commitments. Japan was on track to achieve this status by the end of 2018, and discussions between the EU and South Korea on GDPR adequacy were underway.
  • The implementation of GDPR has prompted various Asian countries to reevaluate their data regulation frameworks. However, the region’s diverse social, economic, and political backgrounds have resulted in a complex array of legislations, including both enacted and draft laws.
  • Although European standards often align with or surpass individual country requirements in Asia-Pacific, companies should remain attentive to the latest developments in the region’s data privacy and cybersecurity regulations. It’s unwise to assume automatic alignment with GDPR, given differences in specific provisions. For instance, GDPR mandates reporting data breaches within 72 hours, whereas Australian companies have 30 days for disclosure.
  • In Canada, GDPR’s impact is significant due to extensive business dealings with EU entities and citizens. Compliance is crucial, even for Canadian websites that accept euros for goods or serve European customers. Notably, many Canadian privacy laws share similarities with GDPR, potentially leading to misconceptions of compliance.
  • GDPR compliance necessitates a clear understanding of key articles. These include provisions that empower consumers with control over their personal data, such as the right to data portability and the right to erasure. Moreover, there are requirements for companies to implement data protection measures, notify authorities and affected parties in the event of data breaches, conduct Data Protection Impact Assessments, and appoint data protection officers.
  • Regarding GDPR noncompliance penalties, they can be substantial. Supervisory authorities possess the authority to enforce corrective actions, audits, warnings, and data erasure. They can also impose significant fines, which are calculated based on the nature and extent of noncompliance, reaching up to 4% of global annual turnover or €10 million/€20 million, whichever is higher.

  • South Korea has maintained a stringent stance on data privacy in the region for an extended period, imposing severe penalties for breaches, including punitive damages, profit forfeitures, and personal accountability of senior executives. The country also enforces strict regulations on cross-border data sharing, with violations potentially incurring fines of up to 3 percent of revenue. In 2016, Google’s request to use mapping data was rejected by Seoul due to security concerns.
  • China recently began implementing a new cybersecurity law that mandates the local storage of personal information and critical data. The international business community is particularly concerned about the vague definitions regarding the types of data that must be stored within China. A more comprehensive version of this regulation was anticipated to take effect in early 2019, reflecting China’s heightened focus on data privacy for its increasingly digital-savvy consumers. In January 2018, Ant Financial, Alibaba’s financial arm, faced criticism for automatically enrolling users in a credit scoring affiliate.
  • India is in the process of advancing the Personal Data Protection Bill through parliament, aiming to establish informed individual consent as the foundation for personal data usage. However, the bill has raised concerns among tech giants and other companies, as it mandates the physical hosting of data in India under localization provisions.
  • Singapore embraced a new Cybersecurity Bill in February 2018, and a revision of its existing data privacy laws is expected in the coming year. This revision may introduce a mandatory breach notification scheme.
  • In other parts of Southeast Asia, countries such as Vietnam and Indonesia are also preparing to implement new privacy protections in the years ahead. These developments highlight the increasing importance of data privacy regulations in the region and the efforts to align them with global standards.


Our approach to GDPR Compliance Consulting


Scope of GDPR Compliance

In a compliance audit, establishing the scope is of utmost importance, which involves the identification of personal data belonging to individuals from the EU, Asia, and Canada, along with a comprehensive assessment of all data processing activities within the organization, whether in the capacity of a data controller or processor. Organizations must also be diligent in recognizing cross-border data processing activities, as GDPR applies to any business that handles personal data of EU, Asian, or Canadian citizens, regardless of their geographical location. A crucial aspect of compliance assessment is the meticulous identification of all databases containing personal data to ensure comprehensive coverage and adherence to relevant data protection regulations across these regions.

Current Compliance Status
Current Compliance Status

Current Compliance Status

Our team identifies the current compliance status which is crucial to identify gaps in data protection measures. 


Appoint Data Protection Officer (DPO)

Our DPO monitors internal compliance, provides guidance on data protection obligations and Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs), and serves as a contact point for data subjects and the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO).

Establish Policies and Procedures
Establish Policies and Procedures

Establish Policies and Procedures

To ensure effective data protection, our team establishes a set of policies that ensure consistent enforcement of security controls. Achieving successful implementation requires careful consideration of both compliance requirements and business objectives.

Training, Roles and Responsibilities
Training, Roles and Responsibilities

Training, Roles and Responsibilities

We help Organizations to define roles and responsibilities related to data protection and our team provides awareness training for employees to make them understand the whole criteria.

Data Protection Impact Assessment
Data Protection Impact Assessment

Data Protection Impact Assessment

Our team performs Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) to identify and minimizes risks in personal data processing. With any data processing activity, our team ensures to perform it to ensure GDPR compliance and accountability.

Personal Information Management System (PIMS)
Personal Information Management System (PIMS)

Personal Information Management System (PIMS)

We prepare extensive documentation for Personal Information Management Systems (PIMS) that covers data protection policy, breach notification procedure, subject access requests, DPIAs, consent forms, and staff training guidelines.

Processes to Oblige Data Subjects Rights
Processes to Oblige Data Subjects Rights

Processes to Oblige Data Subjects Rights

Our team ensures data subject rights required to establish suitable procedures and processes. These procedures enable the organization to facilitate and respond to data subjects exercising their rights, such as access, rectification, erasure, restrict processing, and data portability, among others.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does Certcube Labs assist organizations in conducting comprehensive data protection impact assessments (DPIAs) to identify and mitigate potential risks to data subjects and their personal data?
Certcube Labs provides expertise in conducting DPIAs, leveraging advanced methodologies and tools to assess the impact of data processing activities on data subjects’ rights and freedoms. Our approach includes risk quantification and recommendations for risk mitigation.

Can you elaborate on Certcube Labs' approach to assisting organizations in implementing advanced data encryption and pseudonymization techniques to protect personal data in compliance with GDPR requirements, particularly for sensitive data processing operations?
We work with organizations to implement state-of-the-art data encryption and pseudonymization solutions, ensuring that sensitive personal data is protected from unauthorized access or disclosure in compliance with GDPR. Our approach includes key management and access controls.
How does Certcube Labs address the challenge of ongoing compliance and evolving GDPR requirements, ensuring that organizations adapt to regulatory changes and maintain a proactive approach to data protection?
We provide ongoing support to organizations by monitoring changes in GDPR requirements, conducting regular compliance assessments, and ensuring that data protection measures evolve to address new challenges and regulatory changes effectively.
How does Certcube Labs assist organizations in creating and implementing robust incident response and data breach notification processes to meet GDPR's stringent reporting requirements and timelines?
We collaborate with organizations to develop and implement advanced incident response and data breach notification processes. Our solutions include automated incident detection, response playbooks, and mechanisms for timely and compliant notifications to supervisory authorities and data subjects.
How does Certcube Labs address the complexities of cross-border data transfers and international data processing scenarios, including the use of binding corporate rules (BCRs) and standard contractual clauses (SCCs), to ensure GDPR compliance for global organizations?
We provide guidance on cross-border data transfer mechanisms, including BCRs and SCCs, to help global organizations navigate the complexities of international data processing while maintaining GDPR compliance. Our solutions include assessing data transfer risks and ensuring the lawful transfer of personal data.
Can you provide examples of scenarios where Certcube Labs' advanced data protection solutions and consulting services have helped organizations proactively address privacy risks, improve their GDPR compliance posture, and demonstrate their commitment to data protection to customers and regulators?
Certcube Labs’ solutions have enabled organizations to proactively identify and address privacy risks, such as data breaches and non-compliant data processing, resulting in improved GDPR compliance, enhanced data protection, and increased trust from customers and regulators.