Achieve and monitor GDPR compliance
On May 25th 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into force.
With penalties of up to the higher of 20 million euro and 4% of global turnover.
Become GDPR compliant - and stay compliant - by knowing your status at all times
Working with GDPR compliance is an ongoing effort, that can be very time consuming and costly. Without the ability to easily monitor and find GDPR related issues, compliance is a moving target, and any compliance achieved, quickly decays and becomes outdated.
The GDPR Monitor provides a real time view of any GDPR related issues in the organization. Easily track issues like
- Missing classification of data
- Missing discartion of old data
- GDPR training that has not been completed
- GDPR related contracts with clients that has not been signed or renewed in time
How it works
Setup in a few easy steps
Get started by picking a GDPR responsible
One - and only one - person in the organisation can have this role. The GDPR responsible will be leading the effort to become and stay GDPR compliant.
Choose which areas to include
Choose to include retention policies, employee training and/or contract management. If one or more areas are handled outside pragmeo they can easily be deselected. Areas not selected, must be handled outside the platform, for your organisation to become GDPR compliant.
Classify your data
Go through the types of information you exchange with your clients and classify them. Classifications will apply across clients and cases so you only do this once.
Check the Monitor
Now open the GDPR Monitor and go through the list. That's it!
Once the GDPR Monitor is activated, our GDPR services become available to you.
Easily manage GDPR training for employees. We have the training modules ready and track their training for you.
Handle GDPR related contracts within the platform, and automatically track Data Processor Agreements and Letter of Engagements signed with clients. We give you the complete picture of your compliance status across clients.
An important part of GDPR is making sure information is discarted when it is no longer needed. Monitor previous engagements and receive notification when it is time to discard something.