GDPR covers a range of data protection subjects, but
Article 30 is important because it addresses the issue of ongoing compliance.
Article 30 says: “Each controller and, where applicable,
the controller's representative, shall maintain a record of processing
activities under its responsibility.”
What does this mean?
It means that after 25th May 2018, there are
responsibilities for each and every business to keep records of accountability
with regards to all its data processing.
For data controllers, this means keeping records of data,
how and by whom it is handled, and the retention period. It also means having
effective means of remembering when this data is to be deleted.
It is not the principle, but the practice which will be
very difficult to implement. Business’s will need to ensure that all data is
compliant and managed correctly – a seemingly daunting task.
But it doesn’t have to be.
i-Comply-GDPR has been designed with exactly this pain in
To be able to manage data, with reminders set to manage
retention. This will give you the peace of mind that your business is
Step-by-step Getting Started guide
Easy to use Data Audit process
Policy Builder with built-in templates
Set up reminder and add data assets
Ensure you don’t miss important data milestones
Confirm your staff know their responsibilities
Prepare for incoming Personal Information
Monitor progress with clear graphical views
Visit i-comply-GDPR.com to find out more.