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Today
Tue
19 Jun
11:00 am CE(S)T
19 Jun / 11:00 am CE(S)T
Language: Dutch

Learn more about our one-stop GDPR compliance tool

Join us for a 30-min webinar! With our easy-to-use tool, we help your organization administrate all of your privacy records, such as processing, assessments and data breaches.

We want to help your organization to comply with GDPR.

Today
Tue
19 Jun
04:00 pm CE(S)T
19 Jun / 04:00 pm CE(S)T
Language: English

Learn more about our one-stop GDPR compliance tool

Join us for a 30-min webinar! With our easy-to-use tool, we help your organization administrate all of your privacy records, such as processing, assessments and data breaches.

We want to help your organization to comply with GDPR.

Wed
20 Jun
03:00 pm CE(S)T
20 Jun / 03:00 pm CE(S)T
Language: French

Learn more about our one-stop GDPR compliance tool

Join us for a 30-min webinar! With our easy-to-use tool, we help your organization administrate all of your privacy records, such as processing, assessments and data breaches.

We want to help your organization to comply with GDPR.

Thu
21 Jun
11:00 am CE(S)T
21 Jun / 11:00 am CE(S)T
Language: Dutch

Learn more about our one-stop GDPR compliance tool

Join us for a 30-min webinar! With our easy-to-use tool, we help your organization administrate all of your privacy records, such as processing, assessments and data breaches.

We want to help your organization to comply with GDPR.

Thu
21 Jun
03:00 pm CE(S)T
21 Jun / 03:00 pm CE(S)T
Language: English

Learn more about our one-stop GDPR compliance tool

Join us for a 30-min webinar! With our easy-to-use tool, we help your organization administrate all of your privacy records, such as processing, assessments and data breaches.

We want to help your organization to comply with GDPR.

Blog

Content available in English.

The GDPR is subject of a lot of speculation and ‘fake news’ these days, and therefore we would like to present seven major myths about the GDPR that are just that: myths. Participate in GDPR discussions with more knowledge about what GDPR is not about – you can read it in this blog post.

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) aims to harmonise the data protection laws of the Member States. In fact, since coming into full Regulation, it has a binding effect on the entire European Union and it prevails over national data protection laws

Under the GDPR, a personal data breach has to be notified to the relevant supervisory authority in most circumstances, most notably when there is a risk for the rights and freedoms of the data subject because of the occurrence of the breach.  What is a breach, and which supervisory authority does it have to be notified to? In this blog post, we briefly discuss the answers to these questions.

The GDPR finally becomes effective on 25th May. To get a head start in understanding what this new Europe-wide privacy law is about, let us explain the nine basic concepts and how they fit together.

With the GDPR fully enforceable, more and more questions arise regarding the scope of article 30 GDPR. As you might already know, article 30 GDPR imposes the obligation to maintain records of processing activities by both controllers and processors. In this blog post, we will address if and how small and medium-sized enterprises can comply with article 30 GDPR.

The tool

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Assessment: If the processing activity triggers a high risk for the data subject, perform an assessment

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Processings: Maintain records of processing activities

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Breaches: Notify the supervisory authority and the data subjects in case of a data breach

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Dashboard: The Dashboard page lists notifications, tasks and profile settings. It also shows permissions per role.

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For privacy officers: PrivacyPerfect has been developed specifically to support (chief) privacy officers in their activities. The system lets them determine the legal processing ground and its justification (goal), provides insight into all data processings and enables them to decide on the processings’ legitimacy.

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Reports: PrivacyPerfect lets you report on virtually any aspect of your assessments or processing records. For instance, choose a processing ground such as ‘consent of the data subject’ and show all processing records using that ground.

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Legal ground: Each processing is connected to a legal processing ground within the applicable legal framework.

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Graphical overview: PrivacyPerfect uses visualisation techniques to show how personal data are being collected, stored, used and shared within and outside your organisation.

Our clients

Pon Holdings

Rence Damming, Chief Information Security and Privacy Officer

Secure Logistics

Frank Hozeman, Country Product Manager

Resources

Content available in English.

This 5-minute animation video offers a quick tour of the PrivacyPerfect GDPR compliance solution, including administration of processing records and assessment records.

Make sure and have a look at it!

We are sure that by now you know that Article 30 of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires certain organisations to provide an overview of their processing activities.

That’s why we have created a ‘how to’ White Paper, to help you to carry out a data mapping exercise for your own organization.

Do you want to know more about it? Download the WhitePaper!

Learn how to become GDPR compliant with the three mandatory administrations for processing activities, data protection impact assessments and data breaches.

Make sure and watch the video! (Also available in other languages, check our You Tube channel)

 

PrivacyPerfect offers the ultimate GDPR compliance toolkit.

In its new version, it provides a natural flow between the three administrations required by the new Regulation: data protection impact assessments, processings (including transfers), and data breaches (including breach notifications to supervisory authorities and data subjects).

 

The introduction of the new PrivacyPerfect software is accompanied by a new leaflet highlighting the relation between the four administrations required under the GDPR:

  • Those for data protection impact assessments under art. 35 GDPR,
  • Prior consultations under art. 36 GDPR,
  • Processing records under art. 30 GDPR and
  • Data breaches under art. 33/34 GDPR.

Please contact us on info@privacyperfect.com if you want further information on our software.

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