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Implementation consultingOur consultants are involved from strategy at every stage of your GDPR compliance journey.
Practical GDPR guidanceOur product would give you a technical tools and a framework to help you to meet GDPR requirements.
GDPR is coming whether we ignore it or not.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) represents the most important data protection regulation
change in forty years. All companies processing and holding the personal data of subjects residing in
the EU must comply once it comes into effect on 25 May 2018, regardless of location.
The new requirements not only impact how businesses attain and renew consent but also introduce the
need to record the details for auditing purposes.
GDPR Pathway (the only solution built on Salesforce) can help you navigate the often-torturous path to
Amongst the many requirements that organisations will have to adhere to is:
The right to be forgotten
How to record consent
Ensure you only collect data that is required for the purposes of meeting your business needs.
Ensure the data should only be available/accessible to the individuals required to process it.
Ensuring that data is deleted when no longer required.
Ensure that the Data Protection officer, Data Controller, and Data processor have specific legal
requirements placed upon them.
Ensuring that data is safely stored and is available in a timely manner should the customer request
WhatsApp had been banned from sharing UK user data with Facebook unless they follow GDPR regulations
UK Information Commissioner Elisabeth Denham published a blog post stating that after ICO investigation WhatsApp had signed commitment not to share personal information with Facebook
Information Commissioner’s Office GDPR Sanity Check
Information Commissioner’s Office – a main UK regulator provided interesting facts about the coming GDPR legislation. The GDPR regulation is not set in stone and it is continuously evolving and ICO is even now issuing new guidelines.