All information you need to confidently decide how long to store your data in Newfoundland and Labrador. The Newfoundland and Labrador data retention subscription is up to date and updated frequently. Combine various country schedules to establish your global data retention policy. All in a handy Excel format. This way, you can adjust, add or export elements to share with your IT or business. Also, you will be able to combine different country schedules. For example, you could merge all ‘accounts and legal records’ data retention periods from your country schedules into one Excel.
The Newfoundland and Labrador data retention subscription includes amongst other things the following data retention periods:
- Accounts and legal
- Health and safety
- Personal data and data privacy records
- Agriculture industry
- Aviation industry
- Construction industry
- Critical infrastructure industry
- Financial services industry
- Healthcare services industry
- Hospitality services industry
- Leisure industry
- Manufacturing industry
- Mining and forestry industry
- Professional services industry
- Real estate industry
- Telecommunications industry
- Veterinary industry
- Retail industry
- Food industry
- Defense, military and dual-use industry
- Oil and gas industry
- Automotive industry
- Cleaning industry
- Alcohol, spirits and tobacco industry
- Non-governmental organizations and services in the public interest
- Sports industry
If you subscribe to the Newfoundland and Labrador data retention subscription, you will be able to download this retention schedule directly and again if you ever misplace it.
Background on the Newfoundland and Labrador data retention subscription
In Newfoundland and Labrador, it is key to get control over your data to comply with applicable laws. The Newfoundland and Labrador data security breach notification legislation and proposals for privacy laws lay down the principles of handling data. It is more important than ever to know which data to retain, and for how long and which data to delete. Especially since Newfoundland and Labrador requires the storage of certain data categories for surprisingly deviating periods than you may expect.
The filerskeepers Newfoundland and Labrador data retention subscription currently contains:
- Over 450 Newfoundland and Labrador data retention periods
- Information about who should keep what data, for which time period, starting when, it is a maximum or minimum period
- All with a legal reference and a link to the official legal source
- Printer friendly format, designed for A4 printing
Not interested in frequent updates? Just buy the excel file!
If you do not want to receive and enjoy updates to the schedule, we recommend buying our Newfoundland and Labrador data retention schedule. filerskeepers country schedules are one-off per country excel files which allow you to maintain the schedule yourself.
If you need more than only the Newfoundland and Labrador data retention subscription
If you are active in more countries than Newfoundland and Labrador, we recommend our Unlimited subscription. With Unlimited, you will receive access to all currently published retention schedules, and all new ones as well! If you are curious as to which countries we are planning to publish next, please see our roadmap. For more information about our one-off schedules and subscription models please see pricing.
About our retention schedules and subscriptions
filerskeepers helps companies decide which retention period to choose per system or document category. We provide our customers with insight into the legal maximum and minimum retention periods for each country relevant to them. This helps companies to justify why they are storing data and for how long.
filerskeepers believes that companies should be able to know all retention periods that apply to them. It is our goal to make sure you will be up to date about the latest data retention periods. At any time. We help you with the information you need to confidently decide how long to store your data. Globally. In a way that allows you to actually implement retention periods into your IT-systems. That is why we were very happy when the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) wrote a wonderful article about our ambitions. You can read it here.