Privacy Management Features
Ensure transparency in the data processing activities of your organization. Identify what data you collect, why you collect it, and how it's used, helping you build trust with your customers, vendors and partners.
Gain a comprehensive view of your data processing activities, where they happen, and how they connect to the rest of your compliance and risk program.
Visually analyze data relationships in a diagram format, facilitating a comprehensive understanding of system interconnections, data dependencies, process actions, and data flow destinations, such as processing and transmission to other systems.
Efficiently handle complex data sets by categorizing data using attributes, systems, and steps, ensuring quick identification and classification based on specific criteria or compliance requirements. Provide a clear framework to define data flows and ownership to streamline data management.
Benefits of Privacy Management
Structure a robust Data Privacy Program and comply with privacy regulations, such as GDPR and CCPA throughout your organization for all your restricted data such as PII, Payment Card, and AI-sourced.
Data Privacy Impact Assessments are a mandatory requirement that should enable you to evaluate and mitigate any imminent risks to the Personal Information you process.
Privacy management can help provide a distinct advantage by showcasing your commitment to data privacy. This becomes a compelling selling point, especially in industries where safeguarding data is of paramount importance. By highlighting your meticulous approach to data processing, you can attract new clients and foster loyalty among existing customers, thereby enhancing your business prospects.
Mapping data helps to streamline your data incident process and more easily identify possible breaches. Structuring a process and being able to visualize the data flow can help you significantly lower the financial and reputational impact of a data breach.