Human error can cause issues with data subject access request responses that can lead to data incidents. With automation, you reduce the chance of error and can focus on other privacy issues.
Automation is one of the most important tools for making GDPR compliance painless. Here is how to manager data subject access requests quickly, and safely.
What is a subject access request? Check out this guide to learn everything you need to know about a subject access request.
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Nearly a year after the GDPR went into effect, there are insights and best practices that can be applied to the CCPA and beyond.
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Take a walk along the path of a subject access request (SAR), from the point of collection to privacy rights management as a competitive advantage. Get pro tips for SAR management along the way.
Walk through this decision tool to uncover how many SARs you might expect to get, how complex your data environment is, and – ultimately – whether it likely is more cost-effective to automate SAR management.
This SAR management checklist for data privacy executives is designed to help you comply with today’s regulations, reduce confusion and noise created by data subjects’ requests for information, and stay flexible enough to react efficiently to the inevitable changes to come.
In the face of continued consumer distrust over data privacy and a regulatory environment that remains uncertain, forward-thinking companies are building best practices for data stewardship – and creating a competitive advantage in the process.
So what’s wrong with Apple’s privacy portal? Nothing. At least, not right now. In fact, Apple has set the standard for privacy: transparency, simplicity, self-service.
If you want to be GDPR compliant, check out these top steps that will help you comply with GDPR regulations.
With Truyo, businesses can benefit from implementing a solution for transparency, notice and consent around consumer data handling, these extra steps will build trust with their consumer base and set them apart from the competition.
In light of the more recent data and privacy scandals featured in top news stories, an opportunity for companies to prioritize transparency as they leverage personal data. This trust-building exercise demonstrates goodwill, corporate citizenship, and improved brand equity.