GDPR Definitions

GDPR Definition


Gold-Vision Definitions


Tip: Fields in Gold-Vision can be marked as personal or sensitive using the Screen Designer in the Settings area.

Subject Access Requests

Individuals have the right to access their personal data and supplementary information. The right of access allows individuals to be aware of and verify the lawfulness of the processing.

Erasure Requests

The broad principle underpinning this right is to enable an individual to request the deletion or removal of personal data where there is no compelling reason for its continued processing.

Expired Records

Records where the duration for the purpose for holding the data has expired. For example, you might hold prospect data for 2 years, at the end of 2 years the record will be marked as an Expired item. See below.

Deleted Items

Deleted Gold-Vision records can be un-deleted by an Administrator.

Erased Items

Records will be permanently removed from the data base and cannot be un-deleted.


Applying Your GDPR Strategy To Gold-VisionGold-Vision, as with other business software products, will be one element of your GDPR strategy. After completing a GDPR compliance review and formulating a plan it is likely you will need to map some of it into your CRM.Whilst each Gold-Vision instance is uniquely configured to suit individual processes and business practices, there are central themes that will assist you in recording your GDPR compliance.Once you have identified your processes, legal basis for processing personal data, special requirements such as sensitive/personal data, and have carried out a data audit or DPIA, you will be ready to map these processes to your specific Gold-Vision instance. See moreIf you have specific questions regarding Gold-Vision and GDPR please contact your Account Manager directly.

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