GDPR Legal | What Is A Data Registry or a Records-Processing-Register?

What is the GDPR Data Registry or Records Processing Register and why does my company need one?

Article 30 of the GDPR states, "Each controller and, where applicable, the controller's representative, shall maintain a record of processing activities under its responsibility." 

Data mapping and inventory are critical components of any privacy program, and Natuvions data registry template provides excellent guidance and a great place to start.   

Natuvion incorporates knowledge gained from over 100 GDPR projects in Europe into five tabs that help build your data registry plan and maintain records.

  • Tab 1 | Identification of the controller (Name, contact, address etc) and Data Protection Officer details
  • Tab 2 | Data Registry of Processing Activity Details (45 columns of data to be completed)
  • Tab 3 | Explanation of purpose types
  • Tab 4 | User Guide
  • Tab 5 | Mapping with declaration form details

In this workshop, Natuvion walks you not only through the requirements of creating a data registry for your company but in doing so also helps you find a way to comply with other articles. This includes an analyzation of the different basis of processing and grounds for deletion including many others that build the necessary information needed for a data registry.

Get a fast start on your GDPR program with Natuvions custom one-day workshop. Fortune 1000 companies are using this workshop to actively shift their focus from the theoretical to the practical steps required to implement a robust GDPR framework based on regulatory, business, and reputational risks associated with non-compliance.