Beyond Reasonable Doubt
As a Data Controller it is important that organisations consider carefully why and what identity data is actually necessary to support business activity.
Any organisation (legal person) that determines the purposes and means of processing our personal data (PPID) is considered the ‘controller’ who is accountable under the EU GDPR. Controllers have to demonstrate compliance with all the GDPR data protection principles and requirements and are also responsible for the compliance of personal data (PPID) processor(s) who perform processing on their behalf.
So why is this important…?
EU regulations are now spreading across the world (the extra-
Objectsofts’ strategic consulting helps organisations of all kinds, to scope and define what PIID should be processed to achieve legitimate purposes and ensure that criteria such as relevancy and adequacy are not excessive. This analysis informs those critical board level decisions that determines lawful processing – the accountability principle of GDPR (Article 5) places responsibility for compliance at board level.
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|HRH the Duke of York, Prince Andrew visits Objectsoft – March 2006|
|Dr James Martin meets Objectsoft's founder – July 2005, London|
|The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Gordon Brown visits Objectsoft – April 2005|
|Stephen Mason - Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review|
|Leading law firm Wragge & Co working with Objectsoft – June 2002|
|Lord Sainsbury, Minister for Science and Innovation visits Objectsoft – April 2002|
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