In this video, Mandy Huth outlines the lawful basis for processing data under GDPR. Learn what lawful basis is and what scenarios are covered under this component of GDPR regulation.
- [Instructor] Understanding an organization's basis…for gathering and processing data…will help identify its lawfulness.…It's important to start with the definition of basis.…Basis is the underlying support or foundation of a thing.…I think of it as a house.…You have a foundation, and then you build on top of it.…How then does this apply to GDPR?…Lawful basis is a reason…for processing data that's justified in law.…It's not a law in and of itself…but is justified by the law in place.…
Again, a house needs a foundation before walls,…and eventually it will need inspection.…GDPR is the same.…It is the foundation or the reason we use data.…And just like inspection, it has law behind it…to ensure it meets minimum standards.…There are six bases for processing data under GDPR.…Let's walk through them.…The first is consent.…Consent is voluntary and can be revoked at any time…by the data subject.…
Next is contractual necessity,…whereby an organization is performing processing…to fulfill a contractual obligation to another organization.…
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- Reviewing the right to be forgotten and the situations that allow erasure
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- Breach notification