Enforced Subject Access Requests within Data ProtectionPosted in : HR Matters on 6 April 2016
Data Protection legislation can be quite difficult to deal with for a lot of businesses.
In order to best manage the data that you have, an organisation should ensure that all essential legislative criteria are met when storing, managing and moving data and that all roles and responsibilities are clearly defined and well known. In short, they should ensure full compliance with the Data Protection Acts 1988 and 2003.
Three types of entities are defined in the Acts: the Data Subject (an individual about whom data relates), the Data Controller (someone who either alone or with others decides the contents and use of personal data) and the Data Processor (someone who processes data on a
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This article is correct at 06/04/2016
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