The older version of Data Protection Acts 1988 and 2003 are somewhat similar to the new GDPR passed in the month of May 2018. However, it has incorporated some significant enhancements involved in the processing of personal and organizational data.
The individual’s rights in the GDPR policy is optimizing the governance and manageability that enables the detection of any incorrect data or third-party disclosures in terms of future perspective. It gaps the existing norms and identifies what is required out of the system and has the ability to cover user rights to understand the clear language of automation. It has introduced children’s data protection consents specifically for their social media usage and other internet services. GDPR automatically notifies the user in case of any data breaches. Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIA) shields the privacy of personal information, as it analyzes any potential thefts in the channel and comes up with as a solution to mitigate them. Data privacy is a default and primary approach that enshrines the concept of “privacy by design’’ and “privacy by default” that takes into consideration the privacy considerations from the outset.
Data Protection Officer (DPO) is involved in the systematic monitoring of subjects to assess the security compliance with ‘one-stop-shop’ feature to meet the GDPR’s standards.