If you are a company that is concerned with the processing of personal data, you must know that having a data protection policy is crucial. In this blog post we discuss the scope and intent of a data protection policy. create a suitable and complete data protection policy for your company, it is important to understand that a data protection policy is an internal document that is crucial to your company’s GDPR compliance procedures and
Often the best way to tackle complicated matters is to make it fun. Because, the show must go on. Therefore, here are 8 essential tips to become and stay compliant with the GDPR if you don’t want to be the next one biting the dust.
To protect the rights of the data subjects it is crucial to determine the controller and processors for data processing activity, as these individuals or teams can be held accountable for activities regarding difference stages of data management. Considering the complex business structures in today’s world, the legal obligations attached to these two roles can be misinterpreted. Although controller and processor roles seem
On May 25th the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is fully enforceable. The new legislative package replaces the current Directive 95/46 (‘The Data Protection Directive’) and sets new European rules regarding data protection. Amongst others things, the package sets stringent rules regarding accountability for data controllers and data processors. As May 25th is rapidly approaching, now is the time to get your organisation
The key to insight is overview. Therefore, start with making an inventory of all your processing activities. It might be an investment in time and money, but it’s the magic trick for compliance. Want a little help? Download our whitepaper on data mapping.