The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will give people more control over their personal information when it is passed into law in May 2018. Among other things, it aims to make it easier for citizens to find out what data companies hold on them, and giving them more details about how their data is handled and what it is used for. In this short video we take a top level view of what this means, identify the policies, procedures and protocol needed to comply with the regulations.
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1. Consider the questions around the 8 Data Protection Principles
2. Create an evidence checklist to audit your policies, procedures and protocol around the 8 data protection principles
3. Create a priority action list with the IOC Protection Audit Report Template
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