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Singapore’s Data Protection Notice Generator Launched by the Personal Data Protection Commission (PDPC)
The Personal Data and Protection Commission of Singapore recently launched the Singapore Data Protection Notice Generator.
The Data Protection Notice Generator is a free tool which helps your business generate basic data protection template notices that enable you to conveniently inform your company’s stakeholders regarding how their personal data is managed. It is a free tool available for both small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and voluntary welfare organisations.
SMEs can use this Data Protection Notice Generator tool to help them produce template notices for customers, job applicants and employees. Voluntary welfare organisations can use this tool to generate template notices for employees, job applicants, donors, service users and volunteers.
How to Generate a Data Protection Notice Template
The templates can easily be generated in two, simple, hassle-free steps. The first thing you would need to do is complete a unique questionnaire comprising of no more than 10 questions. It should take you less than 30-minutes to complete this. Once that is done, you may then proceed to download and edit the template to meet all your organisation’s requirements because additional or alternative clauses where required.
About Basic DPOinBox
In addition to the Data Protection Notice Generator tool, there is another free tool offered by the Straits Interactive known as the Basic DPOinBox tool. This tool is here to assist you with your company’s PDPA compliance requirements and is suitable for use by Data Protection Officers (DPOs), if your organisation has a setup of 20 staff or less.
Some of the key features of this tool including assisting your organisation with identifying risks, managing programmes, sustaining initiatives, and responding to incident requests. More information can be found at www.dpoinbox.com.
Basic DPOinBox is here to provide support in the implementation and development of the Data Protection Management Programme. However, this tool is not in accredited, endorsed or certified by the Personal Data and Protection Commission of Singapore, and as such, it does not imply a referral or recommendation by them.