GDPR Cyber Security Checklist Generator

Standardize how your business deals with cyber security incidents


A GDPR Cyber Security Checklist Generator is designed to streamline the way your organization responds to and resolves cybersecurity incidents.

BRYTER’s no-code platform enables you to easily automate your cybersecurity incident response and reporting process in a fast, transparent and compliant way.

By replacing manual or Excel-based processes, a GDPR Cyber Security Checklist Generator can translate your company’s cyber incident response plan into a series of automated inputs and outputs for action and decision by your company, including regulatory reporting requirements and potential legal obligations.

Our GDPR Cyber Security Checklist Generator can be tailored to suit your industry’s requirements and your company’s internal policies and procedures. Additionally, all incidents are documented in a full audit trail and a report and dashboard can be generated to monitor and visualize key factors, such as the number of incidents.


As the threat of cyber-attacks on organizations increases, it has never been more important to be prepared.  

Punitive measures introduced by the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the UK Network and Information Systems Regulations 2018 (NIS Regulations), mean that the way organizations respond to cyber incidents can be the difference between successful mitigation of risk exposure and cost or escalation of further risk exposure and severe financial impact. 

A similar regulatory landscape is faced by companies across the US as well, where CCPA and HIPAA regulate which business-sensitive information can be collected and how they need to be preserved in order to mitigate the risk of cybersecurity attacks and exposure of sensitive data. 

Organizations are obliged to report data breaches including cybersecurity incidents to the competent supervisory authority within 72 hours or face significant fines, including in some instances up to 4% of annual turnover, or up to €20 million. 

When this is put into context of an uptick in cyber threats during the ongoing pandemic—in 2020, there was a 600% rise in cyber incidents—having a cybersecurity response plan and reporting tool in place becomes imperative.  

 How to handle cybersecurity incidents effectively?

The speed with which organizations are able to identify and mitigate cybersecurity incidents makes a huge difference in enabling them to control the overall risk, cost and exposure.  

Companies therefore need to have systems in place in order to effectively handle cybersecurity incidents. Such systems specifically need to be able to handle the following tasks: 

  • detection of incidents within an organization; 
  • assessment of the incident’s relevance and, if applicable, internal decision-making obligations, as well as external notification requirements; and 
  • reporting of the incident and its assessment to the responsible department within the company. 

 Building cybersecurity incident response plan

As a rule of thumb, a cybersecurity incident response plan consists of several steps, including preparation, detection and reporting, triaging, containment, and analysis, but each organization might need to customize its response plan to account for all company and industry specificities, in an efficient and standardized manner. 

Using BRYTER’s no-code platform, you can rapidly develop a self-service app which uses predefined criteria to determine as well as automate the way you should handle a cybersecurity threat, and which steps must be taken in accordance with the GDPR, NIS Regulations and other applicable guidelines.  

Through a customizable, interactive questionnaire, the user is able to input, collect and process all data relevant to your company’s cyber incident response plan to streamline execution at the appropriate levels within your organization.

Sign up for a demo to find out more about BRYTER no-code platform. Alternatively, you might be interested in our Data Breach Reporting assistant and GPDR Software use cases.


Automated & Standardized

GDPR Cyber Security Checklist Generator allows you to determine the risk profile of the incident and streamline the way you respond to such incidents as well as report on them – automatically. This ensures a consistent approach to handling an incident and submission of reports where necessary.

Faster execution

When a cyber incident occurs, time is key. Our GDPR Cyber Security Checklist Generator allows you to quickly and efficiently deal with all the necessary steps involved in handling the incident all the way from determining the risk level to reporting.

Centralized audit trail

Within a GDPR Cyber Security Checklist Generator, all relevant steps, actions and assessments are tracked and documented in a centralized audit trail. This allows you to prove and document compliant behavior.


GDPR Cyber Security Checklist Generator easily integrates with the company’s existing IT infrastructure.

Highly customizable

Each organization is unique, and so are cybersecurity threats. That’s why it’s important to address the incidents in line with your company’s unique policies, processes and risk treatments. The GDPR Cyber Security Checklist Generator built on BRYTER gives unparalleled opportunities for customization.

How it works


Identify cyber security incident

Through a customizable, user-friendly and interactive questionnaire, all relevant data is collected and processed. It enables users to assess suspected cyber security incidents against your organizations cyber security policy and to generate automated triaging of information and documentation.


Assess risk and report

A risk profile is generated from the initial assessment, flagging certain risks and providing recommendations for mitigation. The risk assessment is intertwined with other internal as well as external reporting processes (email, approvals, etc.) and document generation to streamline incident responses and prevention of further exposure plans


Maintain overview

A dashboard allows to track and drive mitigation efforts and to document all incidents. This helps to hold risk owners accountable to deadlines and also offers metrics on overall risk reduction.

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