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Who must keep records of processing activities?

Wondering what records of processing is? Let’s keep it short. Records provide an overview containing a specific description of each activity where your organisation process personal data, according to article 30 in the GDPR. Why personal data is processed, when, by who and where. The law actually demands certain organisations to keep records and states…

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Why mapping processing activities in Excel can be a headache

Many struggle to adapt to the new data protection laws. A common reason for their headache is lack of structure and knowledge sharing. Some point to the difficulty of tracking documentation and what efforts have been made to achieve compliance. Others point to how challenging it can be to map inventory and cooperate across different…

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Excel + Privacy Records = True

Today we are launching the brand new feature in Privacy Records: The Excel Import! Time to add all mapping of personal data in one tool. Don’t have Privacy Records yet, but considering to give it a try? Perhaps you have all-ready given Excel an attempt to comply with Article 30 GDPR, but realised how difficult…

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How to tell when your company is a personal data controller?

How to tell who’s the personal data controller and who’s the processor? It can be hard to decide who is who under the GDPR. Stricter rules apply for the controller organisation so we need to know the difference. It is not always an easy task to find out, and each processing of personal data will…

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Meet our UK country manager, Neville James

Our international expansion continues with the opening of our brand-new UK office in the heart of London. The man at the helm is our newly appointed Managing Director and UK Country Manager, Neville James. Coming from a number of senior and executive positions in both B2B and B2C, James has the outside-in perspective to help…

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