documentation archiving process adapted
to GDPR requirements;
identifying documents and electronic files that need to be disposed of;
A and B documentation;
drawing up secretariat
- and archive-related standards
Adapting archiving processes to GDPR requirements
Entry of GDPR into force has increased the number of personal processing and storage-related obligations that companies need to comply with. We support our customers in adapting their archiving procedures to current legal requirements. We are responsible for overseeing timely identification of paper and electronic documents containing data that need to be deleted.
- Continuous monitoring of data storage periods
- Deletion of e-documents whose storage periods has expired
- Identifying paper documents that need to be disposed of
- Secure disposal of documents, in line with GDPR regulations
We offer a service consisting in assigning documents to category B and A (requiring life-long storage). The documents are labeled and categorized in accordance with the customer’s needs. Their precise description is created as well. We may also register them in the system. In the case of category A documents, structuring is performed in order to hand them over to the applicable state archive. Secretariat procedures are created, lists of documents are drawn up and manuals concerning organization and operations of the archive are prepared.
WHY IS IT WORTH TAKING ADVANTAGE OF OUR SERVICES?
Continuous monitoring of data storage periods
Deletion of e-documents whose storage periods has expired
Identifying paper documents that need to be disposed of
Secure disposal of documents, in line with GDPR regulations