Data Mapping: Adding Systems Manually
In this tutorial, you'll add a new system manually to your data map. By the end of this tutorial, you'll understand systems and data maps, and how to manage them in Fides.
For this tutorial you will need:
- A Fides Cloud or Fides Enterprise account
- The role of
Contributorfor your Fides organization.
To start, navigate to Data map → Add systems and choose Add a system to add a system manually.
Create your system by completing the required System details on the System information tab as follows:
- Name*: A unique and relevant name to identify the system on the data map and in reports.
- Unique ID: A unique identifier for the system that is automatically generated based on the system's name.
- Description: An optional description to help other users understand what this system does.
- System tags: Optional tags you might want to associate with your system for grouping and search purposes.
A dataset reference is a link to a (dataset configuration)[../user-guides/datasets] that will typically describe the schema of a data store, often including annotations for data categories. When datasets are referenced by a system, the categories annotated in the dataset will appear in the data map and be available for reporting.
In this section, declarations are made to determine which other fields will likely need to be completed for compliance purposes.
- This system processes personal data*: used to indicate that the system processes or stores personal data.
- This system is exempt from privacy regulations*: shown for systems that process personal data.
- This system performs profiling: used to indicate that the system uses automated profiling that has legal effects.
- Legal basis for profiling: the legal basis for automated profiling. Required for systems that perform profiling.
- This system transfers data: used to indicate that the system transfers data to other countries or international organizations.
- Legal basis for transfer: the legal basis for international transfer. Required for systems that transfer data internationally.
- This system requires data privacy assessments: used to indicate that the system requires a Data Protection Assessement (DPA) or a Data Protection Impact Assessement (DPIA).
- DPIA/DPA location: a link or description of where the assessment is located.
- Data stewards: a list of accounts that have been assigned to the system as data stewards.
- Legal name: the legal name of the business.
- Legal address: the legal address of the business.
- Department: the department that is responsible for maintaining this system.
- Responsibility: the role of the business with regard to how this system processes data.
- Legal contact (DPO): the Data Protection Officer (DPO) who is responsible for this system.
- Joint controller: the party or parties that share joint responsibility for this system.
- Data security practices: the data security practices employed to keep data in this system safe.
Next you will learn how to use automated system discovery tools. and then you will describe the ways in which you use personal data in your system.