How can Neopost help you get ready for GDPR?

At Neopost, we are assisting organisations to ensure they are ready for GDPR. Our advanced technology platforms enable you to:

  • Improve your data management -- consolidate and optimise data from around your organisation
  • Maintain up to date records -- identify personal records and the information which needs to be updated
  • Avoid unwanted communications – ensure requests for deletion or do not mail are managed properly
  • Keep your customers informed – automatically advise changes in individuals’ contact information by mail or email
  • Maintain compliant processes -- deploying our GDPR technologies demonstrates you have taken steps to make internal processes compliant.

Do you comply with these articles?

Right to Access

Right to Access

Managing requests from customers, employees and other stakeholders about the data you hold on them and covers:

  • Requests for information held on an individual
  • Must respond to within 30 days
  • All personal data applies (digital and paper records)
Right to Rectification

Right to Rectification

Covers an individual’s right to request that information held on them is amended or rectified:

  • Rectification must be completed within 30 days
  • Individual must be informed of the changes
Right to Erasure

Right to Erasure

Known as the “Right to be Forgotten”. Under this article an individual has the right to request that any data held on them is deleted:

  • Individuals have request rights
  • Only adhered to if no compelling reason for data to be held
  • Requests must be actioned
Right to Restriction

Right to Restriction

Covers requests from individuals for data not to be processed. Restrictions often relate to not sending communications to an individual:

  • Individuals have the right to stop or amend data processing
  • Data must not be processed until amendments are made
  • Outgoing communications fall under this Article
Notification Obligation

Notification Obligation

Covers any changes made to personal data by an organisation must be advised to the data subject.

  • Changes must be communicated
  • Data breaches must be advised
  • Amendments need to be flagged in database
Data Protection By Design

Data Protection By Design

This all encompassing article states that every organisation should:

  • Build data protection compliance into organisational processes
  • Evidence of these processes needs to be provided