CONTROL YOUR RGPD COMPLIANCE AND ENSURE ITS MAINTENANCE

  • Work collaboratively and assign a specific role to each compliance actor: DPO, project manager, data controller, etc.
  • Define tasks for the compliance actors and support them in the execution of their missions
  • Set up procedures for validating the information entered into the platform
  • Monitor the contributions of your employees thanks to an alert system

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See the status of your RGPD governance at a glance

With the Data Legal Drive dashboard, you can continuously monitor the status of your GDPR compliance over time: personal data processing, exercise of rights, violations, etc.

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DATA GOVERNANCE

Why should you manage your data governance?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a text involving complex processes, involving all the company’s departments, each of which has a more or less intimate relationship with personal data.

This is a major challenge for the Data Protection Officer (DPO), who must be the guarantor of personal data protection.

How to manage your RGPD compliance?

The Data Protection Officer must succeed in motivating and empowering all departments, which have an important role to play in the compliance process but which often do not feel concerned, even though each of them may be responsible for processing personal data at their own level.

Between mapping of processing operations, personal data breaches, management of the rights of data subjects, determination of the purposes of processing, management of the sensitive data collected, etc., there are many tasks to be undertaken and organised by the DPO.

Finding a way to involve all stakeholders, regardless of their legal skills, in these projects is therefore essential to effectively manage the compliance project and ensure the protection of personal data.

The DPO must not be alone in his or her task of compliance. It is a real collective effort requiring the expertise of each business line present in the company, while remaining close to its control authority (the CNIL in France) and its service providers and subcontractors.

Having a tool that enables the collaboration of these multiple actors is therefore essential to ensure that the RGPD compliance is sustainable and that the privacy, freedoms and rights of the persons concerned are respected.

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