Navigating the skies: Data privacy turbulence in the aviation industry
This white paper discusses the importance of data privacy in the aviation industry and the potential risks associated with the sharing of personal information. It explores the different stages of the customer journey and highlights the data safety practices of key players. The paper emphasizes the game-changing impact of robust privacy data management and emphasizes the need for data compliance and innovative solutions to protect personal information. Are you ready for a secure and trusted travel experience?
Creating Support and Urgency For GDPR Privacy Compliance Programs
The GDPR quickly became one of the most prominent privacy regulations in the world after its introduction in 2018. At the same time, even today, it can be challenging to create urgency within an organisation in regard to the importance of compliance programs. This paper aims to provide tips and best practices on the matter.
How to Conduct a Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA)
Executing a data protection impact assessment (or DPIA in short) is an important aspect of an organisation’s accountability obligations under the GDPR. This whitepaper describes the steps your organisation can take in order to assess the requirement for a data protection impact assessment under the GDPR, as well as the steps to conduct a DPIA.
How to Prepare and Handle Data Breach Notifications
This whitepaper describes the steps your organisation can take in order to prepare for and handle data breach notifications under the GDPR. Articles 33 and 34 specify the cases in which your organisation has to register a breach, notify it to the supervisory authority or communicate it to the data subject (the natural persons affected by the breach).
How to Carry Out a Data Mapping
Article 30 of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires organisations with 250 or more employees and organisations, for which data processing is an important part of their business, to provide an overview of their processing activities. However, all organisations are obliged to provide information on processing activities on requests of the supervisory authorities and data subjects. Consequently, your organisation needs a clear overview of its processing activities, even if article 30 does not apply directly to your organisation. Such a clear overview can be reached through a data map.
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