GDPR can be confusing to understand, to help clarify - we have created an overview that helps explain how GDPR works.
GDPR uses several terms to describe the regulation: data subject, personal data, data controller, data processor. To help clarify what these terms mean, we have given definitions below.
The term data subject is used a lot in GDPR, but what does it mean? To help clarify what a data subject is, a definition of data subject has been given below:
GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is a regulation created by the European Union (EU) to govern how businesses manage the personal data they control or process. It covers a wide range of areas, from data processing within the EU, the processing of personal data from citizens within the EU, and even the transfer of personal data to countries outside the EU.