Almost at the end of the GDPR journey, in this blog post we focus on the sixth challenge: keep track of the right time to delete documents and to permanently delete the documents, so no backup copies exist. Reading through the blog series, is quite evident how GDPR is an on-going process and companies have to put in place a long term plan to demonstrate their compliance.
In the previous posts, in collaboration with CDI-Partners, we have walked through the first GDPR challenges for unstructured data. As reminder, the drivers behind the GDPR are twofold. Firstly, the EU wants to give people more control over how their personal data is used. Secondly, the EU wants to give businesses a simpler, clearer legal environment in which to operate, making data protection law identical throughout the single market.
In the previous posts, Bart van Bouwel and Jean-Luc Goedermans, from CDI-Partners, have introduced 7 challenges for securing your company’s documents and files: how to identify documents containing personal data, how to secure these documents and how to control access to these documents.
In the previous posts, Bart van Bouwel and Jean-Luc Goedermans, from CDI-Partners, have introduced 7 challenges for securing your company’s documents and elaborated on having “State of the art security of the documents and the metadata."
Do you remember the first GDPR challenge? We talked about how to identify documents that contain personal data and label them appropriately.
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