This is a person whose data you control or process. In the context of GDPR, it's typically referring to European citizens. They do not include corporations, only natural persons.
This is a request by the data subject to access, erase, port, or rectify their data.
A request by the data subject to access, download, or export their personal data from your organization. Often called DSARs, or just SARs. We'll call them DSARs. On consumer-facing interfaces, we'll call them Download Requests.
As above, but a request to erase personal data from your organization.
For other GDPR requests read this guide
Transcend has the concept of a data map. Your data map represents all the data in your organization (including your DBs, SaaS, offline data). You can set up your data map on the Data Map Page.
A data map has a set of data silos. A silo might be one of your SaaS tools, a database, or even someone's offline filing cabinet.
A data silo contains a set of datapoints. (e.g. Resume, GPA, Education)
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