Compliance with privacy regulations is essential to avoid fines and reputational damage, but it must be accompanied by a set of tools that make it possible to extract value while respecting personal rights.
The growing importance of data has led institutions to focus attention on their correct use. European countries were among the first to move, initially with national regulations and then with the enactment of the GDPR, then California with the CPRA, followed by many other countries. The approach is common, albeit with some differences.
Identifying personal data, where they are stored, how they are used and who uses them are key elements for making real the concept of accountability.
Granularity of consent
WP29 stated that companies must collect a consent for each processing. When data processing is done in pursuit of several purposes, the solution to comply with the conditions for valid consent lies in granularity.
in a constantly evolving context it is necessary to easily adapt the privacy information, with the guarantee that all touchpoints are aligned, whatever the language in which they are used.
Blindata helps companies comply with privacy regulations, providing specific features that are closely related to data governance features.
Answering questions about data usage is the foundation for compliance.
With Blindata, you can easily track what data you collect, who you share it with, why you process it, and how you protect it. By doing so, you can ensure compliance with the relevant laws and regulations, as well as demonstrate accountability and transparency to your customers and stakeholders.
A comprehensive solution for maintaining privacy notices that is easy to use, saves time and resources, and ensures compliance with privacy regulations.
Record user preferences. Consult them every time you want to use your personal data.
Once you have mapped the data categories and processings, the RoPA is in your hands.
The Blindata Record of Processing Activities module allows you to easily map the elements required by the privacy regulations:
- Processing Activities: the treatments of personal and non-personal data that are carried out within the organization, together with the security measures adopted, the categories of data, etc…
- Tasks: the operational activities, services or contracts that require the processing of personal data.
- Data Actors: the legal persons and the figures entitled for the purposes of the processing of personal data.
Blindata allows you to manage the RoPA of one or more legal entities in a timely, verifiable and integrated manner with corporate information systems. Through the APIs and the massive update functions it is possible to define integration and alignment processes with your management systems.