Our Complete GDPR Checklist in Excel format enables you to visualize every step of the GDPR process.
All the tasks have been created for you and are presented in an easy to use sequential format - a full GDPR roadmap for you to follow in a logical way. In effect the roadmap acts as a do-it-yourself GDPR tool.
With it, you are able to track the progress of all your GDPR compliance tasks against deadlines and milestones.
All the hard work has been done in terms of offering you an interactive framework to work with....it is then up to you to simply follow the roadmap!
At PanoSec we make products that take the headache out of GDPR to make it easier for you to become compliant.
Microsoft Excel is used by everyone, everywhere for a multitude of tasks, from use as a simple calculator to a tracker for large projects.
We found, however, that within the GDPR compliance sector there was not an Excel workbook that could be used as a full capacity tool to complete the process, so we decided to create it!
The end result is a complete GDPR compliance checklist which includes templates to use for policies, notifications and processes, ultimately, it is the complete DIY tool for GDPR.
The idea of having a Data Protection Officer within a company or organisation is to offer a further measure of security and added protection of the data that is collected and held, the DPO effectively acts as an extra safeguard
If you are a small or medium sized business finding that GDPR feels like an overwhelming task, focus of some key areas and objectives and get some of the important things off the list.
Privacy by design is an approach to projects that promotes privacy and data protection compliance from the start of any project or when a change in the way data is used with your organisation occurs.
Sometimes referred to as ‘California’s GDPR’, there exists some significant difference between how data types and subjects rights are defined. Important differences include that definitions tends to be broader under CCPA and CCPA covers more types of data.
The first step when addressing the issue of Subject Access Requests (SARs) then is to ensure all staff members know what they are and crucially what they need to do with them.