IDENTIFY ALL PERSONAL DATA PROCESSED BY YOUR ORGANISATION AND MANAGE YOUR DATA MAP

  • Use the interactive forms to identify and complete missing information to ensure compliant data processing
  • List the data processing activities that your organization performs, both as a controller and as a processor
  • Let our tools guide you as you describe each Article 30-compliant processing activity
  • Track processing activity statuses by division
  • Don’t know where to begin? Use our fully customisable, industry-specific, standard processing templates, designed by data protection law experts.
  • If you manage compliance for several entities or for a group, save time by duplicating and transferring your processing activities from one entity or area to another with just one click.
  • If you manage compliance for a parent company, you can share your software and partner repositories with the subsidiaries.

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DATA MAPPING

What is it?

Data mapping consists in creating an inventory of all personal data processing performed by an organisation.

Strongly recommended in any GDPR programme, data mapping allows you to measure your organisation’s level of compliance.

What is it for?

A data map is a key starting point for obtaining a global view – processing activity, purposes, controller, sensitive data, data security, legal basis, transfers, service providers & subcontractors, etc. — of the personal data processing conducted by your organisation.

It gives employees better access to — and a better understanding of — the personal data being processed, along with its sources. It is an essential tool for ensuring proper protection of personal data and privacy.

What does the GDPR say?

Data protection authorities generally recommend data mapping to measure the level of GDPR compliance using, among other things, the information contained in the record of processing activities.

Data mapping allows compliance monitoring, and contributes to enriching the record of processing activities, so that organisations – and the Data Protection Officer, or DPO — can draw up action plans dedicated to maintaining compliance.

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