July 10, 2018 – Truyo, previously GDPR Edge, is now a Co-Sell Ready Microsoft Partner and is available on the Microsoft AppSource marketplace. Now available globally, Truyo, powered by Intel®, brings the world’s first blockchain-based solution for GDPR compliance to Microsoft customers and partners worldwide.
With Truyo, companies can now fully automate access requests and other individual rights initiated by data subjects under the CCPA + GDPR, complete with custom branded privacy portals, workflow management, automated reporting, and centralized data and consent management.
Truyo leverages either multi-tenant or customer-owned Microsoft Azure instances to assemble centralized data lakes of all information on any data subjects that a company tracks under the GDPR or CCPA. Integrating with virtually any data source where data subject information is stored, including Microsoft Dynamics and Microsoft Office products, the Truyo platform can eliminate 95% of the operational overhead created by the individual rights portions of privacy regulations, while offering data subjects a pleasant user experience.
Truyo is also available for resale through the Microsoft partner community of system integrators who have built GDPR and privacy service offerings, or who wish to integrate the Truyo platform into existing data, security and Business Intelligence products.
Kicking off the announcement, Microsoft is joining Truyo, Intel, BDO, and TrustArc on a 20 city roadshow in the US and EU starting in August 2018. The GDPR & Privacy roadshow brings together CISOs and Data Protection Officers across all industries to share experiences post-GDPR deadline, and in the wake of new GDPR-like legislation in the US, Canada and other parts of the world.
To request more information on Truyo, visit Truyo on Microsoft AppSource, or contact your Microsoft Account Executive or partner today.