Simple GDPR documentation1 min read

It can seem quite daunting, trying to understand which documents are required as part of the GDPR. Part of the ongoing mission here at Gydeline is to make things as simple as possible.

The assessment below will only take a couple of minutes to complete but will give you an idea if you have all the required documents – be careful not to simply tick yes to all boxes as some of these are recommendations and best practice!

Whilst using a simple tool, like the one below, will give you some pointers on the required documents, it is important to get further detail on what is required within each document – some of these such as contracts and the data protection impact assessment have mandatory elements that you need to include.

Subscribers to Gydeline receive all this information as part of their subscription – the Gydeline software is as simple to use as the assessment below and could leave you fully aware of your compliance position within a couple of hours.

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GDPR Documentation Assessment

GDPR Documentation
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Do you have an updated privacy notice which is publicly available and which describes rights, controller, DPO and other elements?
Do you have a list and description of the technical and organisational measures that you have implemented to support data protection by design and default?
Do you have a list of personal information that you transfer to a 3rd party or another country and also the protective measures (safeguards) in place around these transfers?
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