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Why data mapping really matters

Your data is at risk

Your data is at risk…

To establish effective controls and safeguards (and to get the most out of the personal data that you process) you need a crystal clear picture or ‘map’ of the personal data that you process.

Data Map

So, how does Databasix produce a unique data map?

With your help, we figure out what data you have and where it is.

This is the information that we survey when building a data map…

  1. What is it?
  2. Why have you got it?
  3. Where is it?
  4. Who has the ability to see or share it?
  5. How is retention and destruction determined and actioned?
Data Mapping

Why it’s so useful…

  • Privacy policies are easier to write and update
  • Respond to individual rights more effectively and efficiently (inc. Data Subject Access Requests)
  • Assess and manage data breaches more quickly
  • Identify where higher risk data needs more protection
  • Supports decision making about technology, training and systems

Contact us to help with your data mapping

Get in touch with us to discuss how we can help you map your data.

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Webinar: 'The Data Protection Challenges of Hybrid Working'

30th July 2021 at 12:00pm

According to the Office for National Statistics, in April 2020, the number of remote workers increased to 46% of the population. Now with the easing of lockdown measures, many businesses are considering or are already implementing what the Financial Times calls a "split model' a.k.a "hybrid working" that divides the time between the home and the office. If home-office working is to become the norm, then organisations need to consider the data protection challenges they will be faced with.

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