The GDPR lays out seven key principles for how data controllers and processors should handle personal data: Lawfulness, fairness, and transparency Purpose limitation Data minimization Accuracy Storage limitation Integrity and confidentiality (security).
The Trust Service Providers part of Signaturit Group comply to these requirements and are regularly audited
A GDPR compliance audit is a systematic and independent assessment of an organization’s compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The purpose of a GDPR compliance audit is to help organizations ensure that they are meeting their obligations under the GDPR and to identify areas where they may need to make improvements. The audit report is a comprehensive document that outlines an organization’s adherence to the GDPR standards.
It details the assessment process, compliance status, and areas needing improvement. Gartner has developed a handy tool that uses natural language to facilitate self-assessment in preparation for GDPR compliance audits. Each requirement is accompanied by references to regulations to expedite understanding of and compliance with the regulation. The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) also provides audits to check if the organizations are following data protection legislation as it applies to them.