Where to begin when creating your data flow map

Where to begin when creating your data flow map

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A data flow is the transfer of information from one location to another – for example, from suppliers and sub-suppliers through to customers. It’s essential that organisations map these flows in order ...
Data Flow Mapping Tool – Instructional Video

3 data flow mapping challenges to comply with the GDPR

As part of your GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) compliance project, your organisation must understand what personal data it processes. To help you do this, you must create a data flow map. A data flow ...
Data Flow Mapping Tool – Instructional Video

5 steps to create a data flow map

As part of your GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) compliance project, you must be able to understand what personal data you process. Specifically, Article 30 states that you must “maintain a record ...
Data Flow Mapping Tool - Product Overview

GDPR data mapping tutorial: tips, tricks and techniques

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A data flow map is a diagram that shows how sensitive information moves between one part of your organisation and another. For example, you might collect user information through a survey, which ...
Why does GDPR Matter in the Tech and Media Industry?

Why does GDPR Matter in the Tech and Media Industry?

Robust have never been so high-profile. The introduction of the EU GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) in May 2018 put personal data protection firmly in the public consciousness. Cybercrime continues to grab ...

Why are so many CIOs leaving the NHS?

Last November, Health Secretary Matt Hancock told NHS chiefs: “If you haven’t got your CIO on board then you need to be asking serious questions of yourself.” Hancock argued that CIOs were ...

Banking – Building trust in an age of disruption

Digital disruption has long made its presence felt in the retail banking sector. A series of challenger brands have launched in recent years, building innovative and intuitive digital interfaces from the ground ...

Every organisation is affected by cyber risk!

Organisations that believe they can ignore cyber risk management and the benefits it offers will probably lose out as others adopt more efficient, more economical, less human-resource-intensive solutions. For effective cyber risk ...