Meeting Data subject requirements
As we approach the final parts of the GDPR countdown, meeting data subject requirements is a matter of looking at their rights and working back, explains Angela Madden of Rits Information Services
If you’ve been following the previous steps outlined in this series, you will start to notice how the early work has made completing the next few steps easier. Knowing where your data is, developing policies and taking a privacy-first approach will make the remainder steps clearer for you in meeting the requirements of the data subject.
Under GDPR, individuals will be given greater rights in how their personal data is used and processed.
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