GDPR compliance template


The General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR compliance Template in PowerPoint format includes three slides. Firstly we have the slide describing possible Data Processors for company with websites. Secondly what is the Lawful basis for B2C processing for Data controller? Thirdly the PowerPoint template is for the Rights of Data subjects. At the same series, you can also find our Data Mining, Machine Learning, cloud computing, Artificial Intelligence , BlockChain and GDPR 1 PowerPoint templates. 

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a stringent privacy and security law drafted and passed by the European Union (EU), enforceable since May 25, 2018. It imposes obligations onto organizations anywhere in the world, so long as they target or collect data related to people in the EU. A critical aspect of GDPR is the empowerment of data subjects—the individuals whose personal data is being processed—with several significant rights.

Slide 1, GDPR compliance PowerPoint templates with the List for Data Processors one behalf of data controller

There are 7 categories of Data Processor used the data collected from the website of data controller. Firstly is the web hosting companies like Siteground, Bluehost, storing the IP address information of website visitors. Secondly it is Google with three functions favored by most website owners; they are Google Analytics, Adwords and Adsense. With code embedded in the websites, those Google suites can track visitors for our websites, run Advertisements and target keywords for search. Thirdly is the online advertiser, like, Propeller ads. Website owners can generate revenue through the ad placements on their websites. Fourthly are the online payment gateways. PayPal, Amazon and 2CO have been used to deal with international payment. Fifthly social media plays an important role in the interactive UI between the users and the company, such as FaceBook, Twitter, Google plus and Pinterest.

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General Data Protection Regulation with Data Processors

Slide 2, General Data Protection Regulation PowerPoint templates with the Lawful basis for B2C processing of Data controller

Unless a data subject has provided informed consent to data processing for one or more purposes, personal data may not be processed unless there is at least one legal basis to do so. They include:

  1. For the legitimate interests of a data controller or a third party, unless these interests are overridden by the Charter of Fundamental Rights (especially in the case of children).
  2. To perform a task in the public interest or in official authority.
  3. To comply with a data controller’s legal obligations.
  4. To fulfill contractual obligations with a data subject.
  5. To perform tasks at the request of a data subject who is in the process of entering into a contract with a data controller.
  6. To protect the vital interests of a data subject or another person.
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General Data Protection Regulation with Lawful basis

Slide 3, GDPR compliance PowerPoint templates for the rights of Data subjects

Key Rights of Data Subjects under GDPR include:

  • The Right to Be Informed: Data subjects have the right to be informed about the collection and use of their personal data. This transparency requirement is fundamental to GDPR compliance.
  • The Right of Access: Individuals can request access to their personal data and obtain information about how it is processed.
  • The Right to Rectification: Data subjects are entitled to have inaccurate or incomplete data corrected.
  • The Right to Erasure: Also known as the ‘right to be forgotten’, this allows individuals to request the deletion of their data when there is no compelling reason for its continued processing.
  • The Right to Restrict Processing: In certain circumstances, data subjects can block the processing of their personal data.
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General Data Protection Regulation with Rights of Data subjects
  • The Right to Data Portability: Individuals can obtain and reuse their personal data for their purposes across different services.
  • The Right to Object: Data subjects can object to the processing of their personal data, including for purposes of direct marketing, research, or statistical purposes.
  • Rights in relation to Automated Decision Making and Profiling: GDPR provides protections against risk that might be posed by automated decision-making, including profiling.

Compliance with these rights is not just a legal obligation for organizations but also an opportunity to build trust, transparency, and accountability with their users. Non-compliance can lead to hefty fines and damage to the organization’s reputation. Therefore, understanding and implementing GDPR compliance is crucial for businesses operating within or targeting the EU market.

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