The right to erasure, also known as the ‘right to be forgotten’, is one of the cornerstones of GDPR. Whether verbally or in writing, individuals can request that your company deletes the personal data held about them.
In the final weeks and months leading up to the arrival of GDPR, a number of nervous businesses were sold on the idea of commissioning a gap analysis.
Imagine that your business holds personal data on an individual that is no longer being – or has never been – used. For example, the CV of an unsuccessful recruit, including their address and contact details.
Increasingly, we will start to see companies treating customers differently. We began to see emails warning us about data breaches and what this means for us.
The latest release of trust-hub’s Privacy Lens personal data governance application puts at your fingertips the information you’ll need if a data regulator ever appears at your door.
The latest release of trust-hub’s Privacy Lens offers a unique set of features and benefits, including some powered by Artificial Intelligence.