To start specifying your Data Processing Operation, go to “Data Processing” in the Signatu menu bar.
Click on the “plus” icon to make a Data Processing Group.
Write a Group Name, e.g. “Website”.
Write a Group Description, e.g. “Website measurement”
What is a Data Processing Group?
A Data Processing Group:
This ensures that all these documents are kept in sync.
Click on the “plus” icon to make a new Data Processing Group.
To create a Data Processing Specification in a Data Processing Group, click on the “plus” icon in the lower right corner.
Your Data Processing Operation can be structured or authored completely by yourself (see below).
To structure your Data Processing Operation, fill in and/or select:
To specify a new Data Processing Operation, click on the “plus” icon in the lower right corner.
NB! You have a duty to provide one processing purpose only in a single consent request.
See our GDPR Consent Legal Guide.
To edit a structured Data Processing Operation, click on “EDIT”.
To author your own text for your Data Processing Operation, click on “TEXTS”.
Then click on the “plus” icon in the window that opens.
Then write a text that you want to present to your customers.
NB! Take care that the text fully describes the formal requirements of the Data Processing activity - i.e.:
To view your Data Processing Operation, go to “Data Processing” in the Signatu menu bar.
Here, you can:
Consent UI components can use a Data Processing Specification as a target for consent, as identified by the endpoint URL for the specification.
See our Technical Data Processing Guide.
Based on the target, the Signatu SDK can automatically build a UI for the end-user request.
See our Software Development Kit (SDK) that gives you tools to build integrations to Signatu using the React UI library.
Your Data Processing Specification is automatically timestamped.
Your Data Processing Specification is automatically versioned.
Signatu keeps track of up to 100 previous versions.