All Data Protection Laws
Data Protection requirements based on other regulations
Your internal requirements of documentation and management
In opus i Data Protection Management the EU GDPR with the records of data processing and the now obsolete "Data Protection procedures" are supported. It often happens that the records of data processing are required to document certain additional legal requirements and in that opus i is pretty good. From time to time we are asked if opus i can depict or support the IDW audit standards and we can answer that with yes. Of course opus i is not delivered that oversized. We clearly structured opus i for easy entry. Because opus i is built in a folder structure it can easily be used by data protection newcomers. Whenever new requirements arise you decide if you want to add a new entry field or if you choose another method like creating new folders for notes or adding external documents. It is essential that such additional information does not disappear but is always at hand. We achieve that by referencing elements, e.g. including an important note directly in the process structure of the record of data processing.
For the DPO it is essential that he is free in designing his own work. In opus i he can decide if he uses the predetermined data fields or changes them or adds new ones. You can reach your goal as you desire.
All documents can directly be opened and may be used without any restrictions.
18 checklists, contracts, policies
42 contract templates
25 checklists (PDF) and additionally as VISIO-files to adapt to own requirements
The basic safeguards are documented once for the storage location! Additional TOMs are deposited at the record of data processing.
Of course you can document the technical and organisational safeguards (TOMs) in every record of data processing in opus i. But think about the amount of time for maintaining these documentations. We know you do not have the time to do this. That is why we give you the possibility to only document the technical and organisational safeguards (TOMs) only once and reference them in the respective record of data processing.
We consider this way to handle the TOMs the most professional management. You minimize the amount of time needed and work legal . Ask yourself from now on whenever you are documenting data protection matters: how do I document in a practical way and at the same time legal so I can manage within the available time?
Document your activities in opus i! opus i creates your annual report and overview lists (requests, reports, special knowledge proof, activities, plannings).
the internal and external requests
the other activities
the planned work
the special-knowledge proof
save your reports
Collected in the annual report.
The annual report of the DPO is delivered as template. That can be adjusted by you.
- created via mouseclick
- report period selectable
- considers previous years
- gathers the special-knowledge proof
- shows management information about
* procedure directory
* requests, special-knowledge, activities, plannings
Office document (RTF)
opus i generates the public procedure directory directly from the internal procedure directory via mouseclick if necessary. You do not create it, it is simply there, always current without any efforts in creating or maintaining!
Do not create and maintain
but generate via mouseclick.
The Assistent in opus i retrieves additional information. Nothing can be overlooked or forgotten! Simply edit the list and tick off!
The assistant is a preconfigured template.
And like everything else in opus i you can edit and enhance it.
The selection list fills itself with every new entry...
Helmut Bartels successful manual is an opus i module. Knowledge from 30 years of Data Protection and Quality Management is included.