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MATs: getting GDPR-compliant across your trust

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Last updated on 4 May 2018
School types: All · School phases: All
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As a MAT, you're the legal entity responsible for data processing across your schools, and so the responsibility for GDPR compliance sits with you. Here are the steps you now need to take to get your trust ready.

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  1. 1 What your role as data controller means
  2. 2 Who will be your data protection officer?
  3. 3 Centralise your privacy notices and policies
  4. 4 Review your centralised systems
  5. 5 Put in place measures at school level

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