Consent – Article 6,7,8AlanHave you collected and stored the appropriate and necessary consent of the Data Subject?
For data processing
For data storage
To facilitate data-subject rights
To know if a breach has occurred
While ensuring that withdrawal of consent is as easy as giving it.
Frequently Asked Questions
Control of private data is now clearly vested in the individual – with very few statutory exceptionsAlanCorporations can only use it for purposes that are
with the full agreement of the individual in advance
Data Subject Rights Articles 13,14,15AlanHave you informed the Data Subject?
Why we need the data specified
All processing that will be enacted upon it
When we will destroy or re-consent the data
Where we sourced the data
Precisely with whom we will send or 'share' the data
About their rights of access and how to effect that
Do we know EXACTLY what and where all ‘Processing’ is / is taking place?AlanEven if we [the controller] controls the Processor, we probably need to ask: Article 28
Do we have a ‘written contract’ with the processing organization?
Does the Contract precisely state what the processing consists of?
Do we completely understand the Processors’ data storage arrangements?
Do we have a copy of the Processor’s approved code of conduct?
Do we permit the Processor to make any decisions at all in managing the data?
External ControllerAlanIs the data Controller exercising control from outside EU? Article 26,27
In which country/ies is/are the EU Designated Controller(s)?
What is their relationship with the external Controller?
What is their relationship with the Data Subjects?
Privacy by design and defaultAlanDo we have processes, in place, to ensure that: Article 24,25
We can show how we protect the rights of data subjects
We can show that only personal data which are necessary for each specific purpose of the processing are processed
We can show how this applies to the amount of personal data collected, the extent of their processing
We can justify the period of their storage and the data accessibility
Profiling Article 21, 22, 23AlanHave you informed the Data Subject?
Of their different rights to “object” in various ways to, or to prevent, our different types of processing, and the automated or other methods available to them to exercise these rights
Of the right to be excluded from profiling and how
How to secure human attention to their concerns
If any limitations to their rights apply
Responsibility of the controller – Data protection by design and by defaultAlanDo we have processes, in place, to ensure that: Article 24,25
We can show that we have moved our processes in line with IT’s evolution
We can show we have dynamic processes in place to track the state-of-the-art and modify our processing accordingly
We can show that we implement data-protection principles, such as data minimisation, in an effective manner
We can show how we integrate the necessary safeguards into the processing in order to meet the requirements of the GDPR
We can demonstrate an appropriate set of policies
[ok for now but need to revisit – also need to consider duplication with next sub-box?]
The General Data Privacy Regulation – (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the CouncilAlanThe GDPR impacts every company in Europe and every company that trades or communicates personal data, directly or indirectly, with Europe. Lawyers must learn new disciplines. IT people must learn new disciplines. Management must learn new disciplines. Data Flow Processes need to be completely understood, defendable, self-disciplining and regulator-proof.