Records of Processing Activities (RoPA).

Be in control of all personal data being processed in your organization and demonstrate compliance!

Article 30 of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) describes the obligation to maintain a record of processing activities. This means that each controller and processor has to establish a record and include each processing activity that concerns personal data.

ROPA - Records of Processing Activities

Enable cross-departmental collaboration & automate repetitive tasks.

RoPA Expander

Automatically convert business processes into processing activities. Learn more about our process management module.

Continuous collaboration

Enable cross-departmental collaboration and get notified when business processes change over time.

ROPA - Records of Processing Activities
ROPA - Records of Processing Activities

Save time & increase efficiency

Centralize IM Systems, build a data dictionary and easily maintain your RoPA.


Customize your RoPA to fit your organization's needs.

ROPA - Records of Processing Activities

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Records of Processing Activities: What is it and how to approach its development?

Our key features


Facilitate collaboration across the organization ensuring that cross-departmental knowledge is incorporated.

Link notices

Select what notice is provided to the data subject in relation to a processing activity.

Link assessments

Perform and centralize DPIAs, balancing tests, … and link to the Record of Processing Activities.

Link legal obligations

Centralize all legal obligations and link to the Record of Processing Activities.

Audit log

Complete audit log including date, time and changes made.

Version control

Version history for each processing activity is stored within RESPONSUM to support DSAR and potential audit needs.

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