THREE ESSENTIAL STEPS
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The GDPR requires comprehensive data inventories that identify where personal data exists, processing activities, transfers, storage locations, access levels, retention periods, and other critical elements.
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The GDPR requires that companies establish procedures to routinely dispose of all eligible personal data. Controllers must be able to demonstrate compliance with this requirement.
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The GDPR requires all third-party processors (and their sub-processors) to have sufficient safeguards in place to protect personal data. Controllers are responsible for routine diligence.