From May 2018, organisations that handle the data of EU residents must comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a new regulation for protecting the personal data of individuals in the digital age that supersedes the Data Protection Act (DPA). Using data analysis and monitoring technologies, you can keep on top of GDPR requirements and have peace of mind that you are compliant.
An organisation must understand its data, what it is used for and under what legal basis it is allowed to process the data. The GDPR places a greater duty upon organisations to protect the privacy of personal data. Among the requirements laid out by the GDPR are a broader definition of personal data, newly-required consent for dealing with children’s data, new restrictions on international data transfers and portability, the right for individuals to be “forgotten” and assessments for higher-risk data activities. For many organisations, just becoming compliant with the GDPR will be a huge undertaking, let alone ensuring that they remain compliant.
Peak's machine provides live monitoring within your business-as-usual environment of system and data changes. We can ensure that these are linked to your Privacy Impact Assessments, facilitating detective controls to prove that your risk and control frameworks are operating. Peak's AI-driven tool will be a core component in an organisation's discovery phase and critical to continued compliance.
Peak’s GDPR monitoring provides peace of mind and security against any potential non-compliance issues. In addition to allowing companies to claim best practice GDPR compliance, it protects them against potentially costly non-compliance oversights.
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