GDPR WHITE PAPER
Learn what impact GDPR has on data transfer and file sharing
It highlights how new requirements will impact these processes and systems, as well as common practices that could result in a data breach. There are recommendations too, and a detailed run-down of the system features that will meet your compliance requirements, plus you will receive a GDPR impact assessment template and interface mapping template.
Reviewing data transfer and file sharing processes and systems should be one of your first steps towards GDPR compliance. Systems are quick to implement and can address several requirements simultaneously.
WHAT’S IN THE GDPR WHITE PAPER?
An introduction to GDPR
What is GDPR, when does it come into effect and why has it been put in place? Our GDPR White Paper provides the background, plus implications of a data breach.
GDPR for data transfer and file sharing
This includes consent, storage, accessibility, processing, security, availability and impact assessments and reporting.
Common compliance fails
Find out if your organisation is using systems or processes that do not meet GDPR requirements.
This outlines which features to look out for in a file transfer system. Plus recommended next steps for your organisation to achieve compliance.
GDPR impact assessment template
When you download the White Paper we will send you an example Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) template and interface mapping template. These will help you meet the requirements of article 30 and 35.
NEXT STEPS FOR GDPR – COMPLIANT FILE TRANSFER
Are you not sure what to do from here? Find out about our GDPR advisory service for data transfer and file sharing. We’re happy to have a chat and advise if this is the right next step for you.
This post looks at GDPR authentication and access control. It outlines what the regulation requires, plus recommendations to protect personally identifiable data. It is the latest in our GDPR blog series.
This blog post explains the key things you need to put in place to make sure personally identifiable data stored in your file transfer system complies with the GDPR. This post includes a handy four-point summary.