• GDPR software

    Ensure GDPR compliance. Reduce the risk of personal data breaches!

Data processing in accordance with the GDPR

GDPR Productive24 is an IT system built on the basis of the Productive24 platform, which allows you to safely and effectively manage processing personal data in the organization. By automating this area, organizations can control processes of obtaining/withdrawing consents and authorizations, conduct complex risk analyses and prevent possible personal data breaches.

Manage personal data in a safe and responsible way – adjust your procedures and automate your processes to become compliant with the GDPR regulations. Be well-prepared in the event of DPO inspection.

The adoption of GDPR has significantly increased general awareness of the importance of personal data, at the same time imposing arduous duties upon businesses. Although the legislation has been in force for years, many companies still keep a record of personal data in a spreadsheet and process the information with very little technological support. Data protection can in such cases incur disproportionately high costs. It is therefore worth considering automation of this area with a suitable program for the DPO (data protection officer) and the DC (the data controller).

Read the article and discover 6 reasons to automate GDPR management.

System functions:

  • Data recording and control

    • Recording personal data in a single system to ensure appropriate control over the data (data administration).
    • Interactive dashboard containing the most important information.
    • A list of personal data items.
    • Filling system (candidates, contractors).
  • Authorization management

    • Supporting the process of authorization management, consent management, and subject management in accordance with the GDPR guidelines.
    • Granting authorization to process personal data.
    • Data subject management (rights and requests).
    • Consent management.
  • Risk management

    • Automation of the risk management process, including its estimation and analysis as well as impact assessment.
    • Data breach registry.
    • Risk analysis.
    • Risk matrix.
  • Registers

    • Updating all registers on a daily basis, including a preview of all activities and operations on personal data.
    • Records of processing activities.
    • Records of all categories of processing activities. 
    • The register of granted access to personal data.

How to conduct a GDPR audit?

Managing personal data in an organization is a continuous process that requires the company to constantly monitor, improve, correct, and educate employees and board. To be able to effectively diagnose the aspects that require correction or to develop them anew – it is necessary to conduct an audit of compliance with the requirements imposed by law in the field of personal data protection and information security.

What should a personal data protection audit include and how to conduct it effectively?

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