The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) guarantees the rights of data subjects to their personal data. With the Granite Personal data requests tool, you can document data breaches in accordance with the requirements.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the obligations of the controller
The controller and the processor must protect personal data in such a way that the safeguards correspond to the risk associated with the processing of the personal data. The controller must also prepare for potential data breaches by drawing up guidelines for data breaches and must be able to react quickly to data breaches.
Granite Data Protection Breaches too
The GDPR brought with it the obligation for companies to have a clear understanding of what data they have, how the data is collected in the registers, what the data is used for, and how change and deletion requests are handled. With the Granite Personal Data Request tool, you can ensure that data requests are processed correctly and systematically:
Gather information in one place
Process data requests consistently
Assign responsibility for corrective action and improvements
Report and demonstrate compliance
Practical GDPR and obligations
Following the GDPR, companies and organisations must guarantee adequate information security for the personal data registers they collect. Merely stating compliance with laws and regulations is not sufficient to fulfil the obligations of the General Data Protection Regulation. Controllers and processors must be able to clearly demonstrate compliance with the rules. Clearly described and documented processes for processing personal data help to build trust in the company’s operations.
Granite tools for developing data protection
Fundamentals of data protection
Train all employees in the basics of GDPR and ensure that personal data will be processed correctly and in accordance with the requirements.