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Enforcement of the GDPR is looming. Every organization around the world that processes or controls any data pertaining to EU citizens must be in compliance with the new regulation in order to avoid facing steep penalties.
The new European Union (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires that organisations undertake significant operational reform to meet increased obligations of handling personal data. Appropriate record keeping is critical as the GDPR requires organisations to demonstrate compliance and accountability. OneTrust privacy management software helps organisations meet these requirements by automating privacy impact assessments and data mapping, identifying privacy risks, and enforcing risk management activities in an integrated platform. This guide covers how to use the OneTrust Privacy Management Software to meet the requirements of the GDPR.
OneTrust® is a global leader and the fastest growing privacy management software platform used by more than 1,500 organizations to comply with data privacy regulations across sectors and jurisdictions, including the EU GDPR. Our comprehensive and integrated platform includes readiness assessments, privacy impact assessments (PIA/DPIA) and data mapping automation, website scanning and cookie compliance, subject rights and consent management, incident reporting, and vendor risk management.
Risk managers in particular have a vested interest in ensuring their organisations are prepared for the GDPR—which is why we created this guide. In it you’ll find:
Globally, organizations are actively assessing the impact of GDPR on their business and data privacy and management operations. The deadline of May 2018 is looming, and any organization collecting PII of EU residents needs to work through the deployment of additional processes, policies and technologies to avoid the significant fines posed by the regulation.
By taking a holistic approach to GDPR compliance, organizations can better understand information security-related risk, how to prioritize investments to more effectively manage risk, establish accountability for risk management, and more quickly respond to identified gaps in the information security control framework.
Globally, organizations are actively assessing the impact of the GDPR on their business and data privacy and management operations. The deadline of May 2018 is looming, and any organization doing business in the EU or processing PII from EU residents needs to working through the deployment of additional processes, policies and technologies to avoid the significant fines posed by the regulation.