Don't even know where to start with the new EU General Protection Regulation (GDPR) law? You can beat the GDPR countdown clock with our Cloud-based applications suite, which features six applications to simplify and automate your critical steps towards gaining and maintaining GDPR compliance
Start your GDPR project today to be compliant on May 25, 2018
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GDPR Program Tracker
Starts your compliance journey by mapping data using intelligent risk-based questions that help you clarify and prioritize implementation activities as your program evolves. Supports organization gap analysis per location or business unit and aggregates compliance status across projects.
Information Asset Manager for GDPR
Records and maintains data inventory, catalogs data held in each type of document, and includes respective levels of data sensitivity and internal data classification. Identifies data subjects, volumes held and retention periods, and groups users by access to their contents.
Provides mandatory GDPR business-as-usual processes: 1) Internal and third-party data transfers, tracking data flows by geography and legal jurisdiction. 2) Logging and maintaining records of processing records, defining their purpose and permissibility. 3) Facilitation of Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIA) - screening questions that determine the need to address roles and responsibilities, principles, privacy risks and consultation with data subjects/supervisory authorities. 4) Collecting and managing subject requests within the 1-month period for all GDPR rights such as erasure, data portability and restricted processing.
Risk Manager for GDPR
Allows you to identify the sources of risks to the rights and freedoms of individuals, such as employees and customers, as described in the EU GDPR and the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR). Use this tool to build your organization-specific context for the privacy issues identified by multiple Data Protection Authorities (DPA) and the European Commission (EC).
Compliance Manager for GDPR
Addresses ongoing compliance requirements by providing a streamlined process for managing and reporting on GDPR controls. Use the status and maturity of controls to help reduce risks to residual and desired targets.
Incident Manager for GDPR
Meets GDPR requirement to log, track and notify of data breaches. Tracks incident nature, categories, number of data subjects and personal data records concerned. Also tracks planned investigation and mitigation work. Built-in Data Breach Notification report is automatically generated and populated from the incident log to speed notifying appropriate data protection authorities.
"To address GDPR, organizations should avoid manual processes encumbered by documents, spreadsheets, and emails. They should look to implement a solution that can manage the range and context of GDPR requirements and processes to manage compliance consistently and continuously in the context of distributed and dynamic business." Michael Rasmussen, GRC Pundit, GRC 20/20