One of the most important principles of the GDPR is that of accountability, so owners and managers must be able to demonstrate that the processing has always been carried out in accordance with the regulation , and to be able to quickly identify the cause of any data theft or tampering.
Technical precautions may not be enough, especially on an e-learning platform ...
[...], the data controller implements adequate technical and organizational measures to guarantee, and be able to demonstrate , that the treatment is carried out in accordance with this regulation. These measures are reviewed and updated when necessary
New plugin for FormaIn short, it is not enough to prevent by adapting to the specifications of technical and organizational compliance with the principles of privacy by default and by design. The GDPR requires that owners and managers are also able to easily demonstrate the compliance of the treatment carried out, defining in fact a reporting obligation, and that's why we have implemented a new plugin for Forma that will help you improve these processes.
- The owner of the project and treatment
- The technical managers of the platform (e.g. corporate IT or external supplier)
- Managers who follow specific projects or organizational areas (e.g. the plant manager who must manage only his subordinates)
- Teaching support staff, such as tutors and teachers
- The users themselves, who can manage their data
Audit Trail plugin for Forma
- creation, editing and deletion of users
- modification of users' personal data
- enrollment and unsubscription from courses
Many other operations
Forma Lms is already GDPR compliant by default and by design, but there is more to compliance than what comes out of the box.
If you want to have more control on all the operations and actions carried out on your LMS, Audit Trail is a must-have tool.