Subject Access Requests

Subject Access Rights are the single biggest obligation that could overwhelm organisations. While Subject Access Requests or SARs are not a new concept in Data Protection, data subject’s rights have changed somewhat under the GDPR. Article 12 of the GDPR ‘sets the tone’ for it all and in the case of SARs, the times limits to supply data has been reduced from 40 days to 1 calendar month or 30 days. No charge can be made to supply this information and access requests can be made electronically. Organisations must be able to supply information about where the data come from, the purposes of processing, who the data is shared with and where the data resides geographically.

In this video Clare Murphy of Castlebridge Associates explains the easiest way to deal with Subject Access Requests…

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The principle of Accountability

The principle of Accountability is one of the biggest changes in the GDPR. This principle means that it’s not just good enough have just have strong Data Protection strategies in place, organisations must be able to demonstrate they have strong Data Protection strategies in place.

In this video Daragh O’Brien discusses the implications of this change…

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The GDPR & Consent

Obligations around obtaining consent have become stricter under the #GDPR. This includes obligations to get distinct consent for each specific purpose you obtain Data. It is also very important to record versions of the language or text you use to obtain consent over time.

 

In this video Clare Murphy of Castlebridge Associates explains more…

 

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