Beyond Reasonable Doubt
As an Identity (data) Processor acting on behalf of an Identity Controller it is important to act only on the Controller’s instructions and have no further purpose for processing Identity data.
Many organisations, as ‘controllers’, outsource their information processing to specialist 3rd party providers which GDPR refers to as a ‘processor’. A controller trusts the processor to act only on documented instructions and is responsible for processing personal data (PPID) on behalf of a controller. The GDPR places specific legal obligations on a processor; for example, maintain accurate records of personal data and processing activities, and will have legal liability if responsible for a breach.
So why is this important…?
Article 5(1)(f) of the GDPR concerns the ‘integrity and confidentiality’ of personal data (PPID). Personal Data (PPID) shall be:
“Processed in a manner that ensures appropriate security of the personal data, including protection against unauthorised or unlawful processing and against accidental loss, destruction or damage, using appropriate technical or organisational measures”.
Objectsofts’ regulatory business process (e-
|Personal Data Autonomy|
|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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|KuppingerCole KYC Paper|
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