Tag: GDPR

Tag: GDPR

GDPR Process Inventory – 7 items to record
12/04/2018 DPO Blog admin

As a Controller, it is pretty challenging to meet the requirements of GDPR without great records detailing where, what and how personal data is processed. If you’re an organisation with more than 250 employees, there is a requirement to document your processing activities (See Article 30) but if you’re one of those organisations with less than 250 people, then you have a [partial] get-out-of-jail card. The thing is, even if it’s not mandatory, it’s still incredibly useful to document processing activities. This will help you comply with all the other aspects of GDPR you are still ‘on-the-hook’ for. In this brief article, we will look at 7 items which all organisations – small or big – should (or in certain cases must) include in an inventory of their processing activities.

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GDPR – 7 Things encryption won’t solve
10/02/2018 DPO Blog, Security Advisory Blog admin

There are lots of reasons to use encryption and other cryptographic techniques when it comes to mitigating the risks associated with protecting the rights and freedoms of Data Subjects under GDPR. There are however a lot of things that encryption won’t solve too. In this brief article, we will look at 7 of those things encryption is just never going to solve.

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