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The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25 May 2018. GDPR is a hugely important piece of legislation designed to replace outdated data protection rules with a new framework which accounts for recent technological advancements.
The GDPR was designed to increase legal certainty with regards to information flows both within the EU’s borders and beyond. It also introduces stronger consumer protections, with requirements for greater transparency and accountability about how data is used by businesses, not-for-profits and governments alike.
What does this mean for companies?
Fundamentally, GDPR is about protecting people: in this digital age, our world is awash with data and individuals are generating a continuous flow of personal information. This data can hold huge socio-economic value, from individual preference and personalisation, to understanding national health trends and global business insights.
GDPR will significantly raise the bar of obligation and accountability, ensuring that all organisations which handle personal data adhere to strict regulations around privacy, security and consent.
GDPR is clear that individuals have a series of rights when it comes to how their data is collected, stored, used and disposed of by organisations. Data management is paramount for any organisation getting ready for GDPR.
How can Nalytics support companies in their GDPR compliance?
Access large volumes of unstructured data in seconds
Identify personal data
Manage Subject Access Requests (SARs) efficiently and effectively
Redact sensitive information
Review and analysis of contracts
through one or multiple collections of data for Personally Identifiable Information (PII)
for all personal information relating to an individual in response to a SAR
for particular types of PII
for data that should not be disclosed and redact it to ensure this information is protected
all documents containing PII
the types of personal information contained in your data
the relationships between the types of personal information in your data
contracts to ensure compliance with GDPR requirements
results and prepare subject access responses
Save Time - Nalytics facilitates the fast, precise and accurate location of personal information.
Increase Efficiency - Nalytics can reduce the time spent by organisations on Subject Access Requests (SARs).
Reduce Risk - Nalytics helps you minimise the risk of breaching GDPR rules.