When it comes to privacy compliance, finding reliable GDPR compliance software for your business can save you a lot of time and money!
In this post, we’ll look at which features are critical to proper GDPR compliance and how the right software can help you easily meet your legal obligations.
With GDPR, it has become increasingly important to ensure that personal data are lawfully processed.
The GDPR applies in three main cases:
This means that even US-based businesses may need to comply with the GDPR if they have EU users.
And compliance is no joke! The legal consequences for non-compliance include massive fines, sanctions including official reprimands, data protection audits and liability damages.
This article is a part of our series on GDPR and GDPR compliance. Read also:
GDPR compliance software helps you meet the legal requirements that apply to your business under the GDPR.
Generally, GDPR software should help you to do things like:
Data privacy compliance can be complex and requires in-depth legal and technical knowledge – especially if your business has an online presence.
So, if the GDPR applies to your business, you’ll likely need compliance software.
Because so much of compliance is unique to your particular business and the types of personal data you process, it’s important that your compliance software is fully customizable and that it’s able to grow with your business.
Furthermore, a good GDPR compliance software should make it easy for you to comply with multiple laws at once and be up-to-date with the latest regulations and industry standards.
At iubenda, we take a comprehensive approach to data law compliance. We build solutions with the strictest regulations in mind, giving you full options to customize as needed. This way, we’ll assist you with meeting your legal obligations, reduce your risk of litigation and protect your customers — building trust and credibility.
We host your documents, so you can easily make any changes from your dashboard at any time, and the update automatically spreads across all your websites and apps.
Furthermore, our international legal team constantly monitors and releases updates to the legal texts. From time to time, laws and third-party requirements are amended and updated, and in this way, we can ensure that your documents always meet the latest requirements.
Here’s what you need to get started with full compliance:
Because using cookies can mean both processing user data and installing files on the user devices, they are a major point of concern when it comes to user data privacy rights.
Our Privacy Controls and Cookie Solution takes care of it all.
Keeping track of your users’ consent is vital for GDPR compliance.
Our Consent Database simplifies this process by helping you to easily store proof of consent and manage consent and privacy preferences for each of your users.
Lastly, if certain conditions apply, you may be required to record your processing activities.
That’s what our Internal Privacy Management is for. Our solution helps you to easily record and manage all the data processing activity within your organization so that you can easily comply with GDPR requirements and meet your legal obligations.
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