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“If the campaign is protracted, the resources of the State will not be equal to the strain.” – Sun Tzu
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has imposed many new obligations on organizations that process personal data of people who are in the Union. An audit will assess whether your organization is meeting these obligations. Because of accountability being one of the core principles under the GDPR, audits become very important and organizations are expected to monitor their privacy and compliance program. Successful audits bring visibility trough GAP analyses and provide to top management the required information for sound investment planning for privacy and data protection compliance program.
The full list of deliverables from the audit itself includes:
Business process identification list
Information systems description list
Art. 5 GAP Analysis – Verifies if the core 7 GDPR principles are followed
Art. 12-22 Analysis – Verifies the readiness for data subject rights (DSR) processing
Art. 30 Register of Processing Preparation
Art. 35 Data Protection Impact Assessment preparation
Recommendation Documents - Based on the requirements defined by Art. 24, 25, 28, 32, 33, 34, CHAPTER V – Cross-border data transfers
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