gdpr mandatory documents for compliance

GDPR Mandatory Documents For Compliance

Download our free templates regarding documents required for GDPR. Our templates are generic and are not based on any actual business.

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Overview

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has already raised many controversies, and one of the biggest ones is certainly which documents you need and are minimally required to be compliant. You often see organizations who think having a privacy policy and a consent form on their website is enough; however, this is only a small part of the required documents to be compliant. It is important whether you are a startup, SME, or corporate multinational to ensure you have implemented GDPR as it should, to avoid heavy fines.

Bizzlibrary has created a summarized overview in Excel of all GDPR documents to help you manage all mandatory documents in one place. Be aware that the names of the documents are not prescribed by the GDPR, so you may use some other titles.



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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the legal requirements for GDPR?

You can keep the following list in mind when looking into the GDPR requirements:
  1. Lawful and transparent processing
  2. Limitations regarding the purpose, data, and storage
  3. Data subject rights
  4. User Consent
  5. Response to Personal data breaches
  6. Privacy by Design and Process
  7. Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA)
  8. Data Transfers
  9. Data Protection Officer (DPO)
  10. Awareness by Training