MyLife Digital and Wood for Trees’ webinar – The State of Your Database – for charities and not-for-profits, to help them prepare for GDPR.
Keith Dewar and Andrew Sargent, of Wood for Trees, will explore three steps you can take to examine the state of your database, which includes Consent Audit, Income Analysis and Donor Priority.
Ready to explore the new GDPR compliance platform for personal data?
Transparent. Accountable. Empowering
Consentric is a cloud platform that delivers governance across your organisation in a way that is transparent, accountable and empowering for both you and your customers.
Consentric supports GDPR compliance ensuring organisations can manage all 6 lawful bases for data processing including Legitimate Interest and Consent. It ensures individuals always know what personal data is held and why. It gives individuals the power to exercise their enhanced rights under GDPR in 3 ways:
- It delivers transparency.
- It empowers individuals to take control over the processing of their data through consent and objection workflows.
- It gives individuals the authority to activate their data rights.
This Guide to GDPR by ICO helps to explain the provisions outlined in the GDPR and aims to aid organisations to fully comply with its requirements.
It explains the purpose and effect of each principle, gives practical examples and answers frequently asked questions.
It offers in-depth insight into areas such as what information the GDPR applies to and to whom it applies.
The guide is a useful resource no matter what your previous level of GDPR knowledge ranging from absolute beginner to Advanced.
Guidance on the use of Legitimate Interests under the EU General Data Protection Regulation
This Guidance from the DPN is intended to be used as a practical tool to aid commercial/not-for-profit organisations assess their grounds for using Legitimate Interests as a Lawful Basis for processing Personal Data under the GDPR. It alludes to the importance of the balance between interests of the Controller and the rights of the individual.
This guide by Bird & Bird, summarises the legislation resulting from the GDPR. This represents a significant overhaul of Europe’s data protection policy. Summarising the key changes that the new law will bring the guide highlights important actions many firms will need to take in their preparations to comply with GDPR legislation.
This checklist created by ICO highlights 12 steps you or your company can take in order to get ready for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into effect 25 May 2018.
The GDPR’s core principles are largely similar to what is seen in the present Data Protection Act (DPA). Therefore if you are already complying correctly with this then GDPR should not mean sweeping changes to your company policies. This being said, there are new concepts and meaningful progressions in GDPR therefore you will have to alter certain aspects and start afresh on others. The GDPR puts a greater onus upon documentation, keeping data controllers accountable and asking them to demonstrate this.
In this increasingly digital world, do individuals understand the amount and worth of the data they generate? Are organisations transparent about how they use and store this personal data? Have the disreputable practices of some organisations damaged consumer trust beyond repair?
This white paper discusses four key points organisations must address to ensure they maintain their market share and strengthen engagement with the individuals whose data they hold:
We have brought together some principal research in these areas. Research that led to the development of MyLife Digital’s Consentric Platform, which places the citizen’s trust at the heart of your data protection and GDPR strategy.