Use plain language to tell people who you are, explain why you need their data, how long it will be stored, and how it will be shared.
Allow people to access their data in a portable format, make corrections, and transfer it to other companies if they choose.
Give people the opportunity to opt-out of direct marketing that uses their personal data and delete data when they exercise their “right to be forgotten.”
When required, obtain clear consent to data collection, and check age requirements for parentalconsent.
Provide notice of breaches when consumer data is at risk and understand limits on processing special categories of sensitive data.
Inform consumers if you use data profiling to process applications, provide a manual check of the process, and allow applicants to contest the decision if an application is denied.
The GDPR includes provisions for fines based on non-compliance. In addition, organizations that are unable todemonstrate a commitment to protecting individual privacy may experience a loss of business from customers who prefer to work with GDPR-compliant firms.
To help you understand how the GDPR may impact your business, Microsoft and adaQuest have prepared the GDPR Foundations Training. These two presentations review who is subject to the GDPR and explore consumer rights and business responsibilities.
|Introduction to GDPR||GDPR Half Day Offsite|
|(Approximately 45 Minutes)
Introduce business leaders to the basics of the GDPR, including a top-level overview of consumer rights and business responsibilities.
Deliver an in-depth review of GDPR for those tasked with implementation of compliance and security procedures.
There are three key stages in your journey to compliance with the GDPR: understanding the new regulations, assessing your current capabilities, and implementing new policies or tools. As a Microsoft Partner, we have the insight and experience to help you with all three stages and ensure you have effective security and compliance solutions.