Addressing compliance is an ongoing process. Teams responsible for privacy must divide their attention across a growing list of compliance obligations ranging from internal corporate policies to external regulations, such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). Handling privacy requirements one at a time is inefficient. While organizations take steps to manage existing requirements, lawmakers continue to draft new ones or expand on earlier policies. The volume of regulatory activity translates to greater and more convoluted work for employees across the privacy, legal and data governance departments.
- Decrease privacy fulfillment time: Reduce the time it takes for stakeholders to fulfill tasks such as data subject rights
- Improve productivity: Enable teams to easily access and manage data for privacy use cases
- Minimize risks of regulatory penalties: Address compliance gaps that may expose your organization to intervention from regulators
- Preserve consumer trust: Protect brand reputation by managing the compliant use of personal information