GDPR Questionnaire

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Implementation of GDPR measures will, in some cases, require the appointment of a Data Protection Officer. Organisations will have additional obligations and there will be changes that impact internal accountabilities and contracts. Where there is insufficient need for an internal DPO, some organisations may choose to employ the services of an external Data Protection Officer.
Software alone cannot sufficiently counter all threats to data protection. Security personnel training should cover data processing obligations as well as the identification of breaches and risks.
A GDPR compliance programme should involve senior stakeholders as it will require input from all departments
Many staff are unaware of their contribution to protecting private information and what is expected of them. The GDPR requires privacy awareness training to be provided to all employees
You will need to review all existing data protection and privacy policies to ensure they comply with the new requirements
The GDPR implements more stringent requirements for obtaining consent when collecting data from individuals. Data collection will have to adhere to just-in-time notification of “reason for data collection” and communicating to data subjects “how their data will be processed” and procedures for “further engagement in terms of enhanced privacy rights.