In addition to the legal assessment of data processing and transmission, the GDPR requires the controller to fulfil the duty to provide information and documentation (Articles 13 and 14 GDPR), privacy policies, data subject’s rights, data processing agreements (DPA) and contracts on joint controllership, records of processing activities for data controllers and processors, data breach notifications to the supervisory authority and internal documentation, including security incidents not officially reported, technical and organizational measures, data protection impact assessments (DPIA) and DPIA-threshold analysis. – All of these are topics that derive from the GDPR and provide obligations for controllers and processors which have to be observed and demonstrably implemented for all data processing activities in order to meet the accountability requirements of the GDPR.
In order to fulfil the duty to provide information and documentation you can purchase legally verified template documents from us. These documents support your company´s legal department, data protection officers or other employees who are in charge of fulfilling privacy obligations. We prepared them as a basis for the creation of individually adapted documents. This makes it far easier for you to comply with legal obligations because they provide clear structures and instructions and are always adapted to case law of the Austrian supervisory authorities and courts.
You can request the current stock of sample documents by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Of course, we are also happy to offer you internal workshops on the correct use of these documents as well as comprehensive legal advice on Privacy Law.