After a period of data discovery and mapping, a company can become more confident in its GDPR compliance. And yet, GDPR is unconquerable. It’s an
Save time and money
Our workflows and templates make your work more efficient. You can assign tasks to colleagues and see their comments on the item. You can generate customised management and operational reports in one click.
We auto generate your technical and security measures, customer and privacy notices and your records of processing details. So whether it’s a customer, a client, an employee or your supervisory authority you can show them the appropriate information to demonstrate your compliance.
Easy to get started
The GDPR is complex. Our software and workflows are so intuitive that you can focus on what you need to do, not how to do it. We can implement your existing documentation into the service to save you extra hassle, and we also provide training.
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Managing your GDPR compliance
A customised plan
No two organisations are the same. Tell us your organisation’s size and processing practices and we’ll give you the step by step workflows and customised tools you’ll need for compliance.
GDPR compliance automated
We guide you through what you need to do and generate a gap analysis, as well as the notices, agreements and records you’ll need. We remind you of your outstanding and upcoming data protection tasks so you know what you need to do now and in the future.
Built for the GDPR
We don’t offer features based on plans – we give each business the features it needs for complete compliance, regardless of its size.
Collaborate, assign tasks and report
Storing your GDPR compliance audit trail securely in the cloud means you can easily update it and know that it’s always available. You can also respond to authorities and audits in one click with our auto generated documentation.
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LATEST NEWS ON COMPLIANCE AND DATA PROTECTION
Rolling out new regulations is only the first step in dealing with Europe’s massive cybersecurity and data protection problems. Almost half of UK businesses which
GDPR recently made the news in the Netherlands when the Dutch Data Protection Authority, the Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens (AP) issued a €460000 fine to a hospital