Article 30 Record Keeping for GDPR
Auditing your use of Personal Data
Did you know that, under Article 30 of the GDPR, you might have a mandatory requirement to maintain a record of all personal data processing activities under your responsibility?
At PYXI, we believe it is best practice to maintain records of all your personal data processing (irrespective of your obligation) as you will derive multiple benefits including:
- GDPR Article 30 compliance
- Improved Information Governance posture - know what data you have, where and why it is stored and leverage value out of that data
- Visualization of Personal Data Repositories & Data Sources
- Improved readiness for amendments to current and future data protection regulation
- Improved Subject Access Request management
- Improved Data Breach management
GDPR Compliance Checklist
Our GDPR Compliance Records Checklist quickly shows you the outstanding tasks you have on your GDPR compliance journey.
PYXI for GDPR provides a user-friendly workflow to help you build and maintain your Article 30 records.
More Detail about PYXI Software for GDPR
Keeping Track of Personal Data in your Organisation
Read more about how PYXI stores details of your Personal Data processing for Article 30 here: Article 30 Record Keeping
Managing Subject Access Requests
Read about how PYXI helps you to manage Subject Access Requests in your organisation: GDPR Subject Access Requests
Managing Data Breaches for GDPR
Read how PYXI helps with managing Data Breaches for GDPR: GDPR Data Breach Management
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Free GDPR Templates
We've written 3 Free GDPR Compliance Templates for you to download here and start using right away. Although we obviously would like you to use our software to manage your GDPR compliance as we think it's going to be ultimately easier to use, more comprehensive and more flexible, we also know that you may just want to get things rolling by starting small.