With fines up to four percent of annual revenue for a data breach possible through the GDPR – now is the time to re-think your privacy, security, and data governance strategy. Avepoint, in partnership with the Centre for Information Policy Leadership, a global privacy and cyber security think tank, surveys organizations around the world for GDPR readiness. Find out how your organization measures against the results.
The broad terms of the GDPR mean that any company with a website offering goods or services (including cloud services) to citizens of the EU may be subject to the regulation. This marks a significant change to the previous law, which most courts generally agree only maintains jurisdiction over companies with an established business in a particular state.
Get a closer look at the impact the GDPR has on how your data is managed to understand how to disclose data privacy and protection practices, provide transparency, choice, and consent to your customers. Learn where to implement safeguards and controls around the collection, storage, protection, and sharing of personal data.
The GDPR necessitates that organizations rethink privacy, security, and information governance strategies. Coming into compliance is no small undertaking. The IT obligations built into the GDPR require companies around the world to evolve operations, business processes, and program management.
AvePoint Compliance Solutions for GDPR allow you to implement a practical and operational methodology to build and scale your GDPR program.
There are four operational steps to implementing an effective GDPR strategy. Following these steps, you can create policies and controls that reflect real-life data protection and risk management within your organization.
Based upon the organization’s policies and plans, understand what kind of sensitive data the company holds and how the systems it uses will collect and protect that data.
Protect sensitive information with controls for security, geography, retention, and classification – reducing risk across the enterprise.
Prove that the data that may put the organization at risk is in the proper systems.
Provide executive reports on key performance indicators (KPIs) or key control indicators (KCIs) to highlight areas in the organization that need to be addressed to reduce risk, or report on progress made throughout the lifecycle.
As defined by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), DPIAs are a systematic process to “assess privacy risks to individuals in the collection, use, and disclosure of their personal data. DPIAs help identify privacy risks, foresee problems, and bring forward solutions.” The GDPR mandates that regular DPIAs be conducted.
Learn about the free, industry-leading AvePoint Privacy Impact Assessment (APIA) System, distributed exclusively by the IAPP
Learn how AvePoint Risk Intelligence System implements an inventory and risk register for data flows, automates privacy and security by design and by default, automates risk and data protection impact assessments.
Discover how AvePoint's risk-based approach to data protection substantially enhances data controls and flows, while providing rigorous privacy and security by design. Leverage our intelligent automation tools to streamline even the toughest data jobs.
Typically, organizations consider “risk” as simply risk to the company. However, GDPR changes the risk equation in significant ways – including factoring in the risk to the data subjects themselves.
Learn how AvePoint’s advanced risk calculators and incident management technology allow you to automate the calculation of risk to your organization and individual data subjects.
The GDPR requires your organization not only create policies, procedures, and technical controls around sensitive data, but also carry them out and prove that you are doing so.
Learn how AvePoint helps you build a system of evidence that shows actionable and enforceable policies with proper controls are in place. Easily provide documentation with insight into potential risk and issue resolution for regulators, auditors, data protection authorities, and internal stakeholders.