The GDPR allows EU Member States to enact national data protection laws to supplement the GDPR, thereby potentially creating small differences between companies’ obligations in the Member States. Nymity tracks this progress on a daily basis.
Our practical guide can help teach how to prioritise your accountability obligations in two simple steps and take a structured approach to privacy management and compliance.
Many privacy officers seem to be under the impression Article 30 of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on records of processing activities, creates a legal obligation for traditional data inventory or data mapping exercise. This is not the case.
A comprehensive listing of over 130 privacy management activities identified through Nymity’s global data privacy accountability research.
Enhance your privacy management using these ideal solutions to help you: baseline your privacy management program, compare your privacy program with others and understand it's gaps and weaknesses.