As the go-live date for the GDPR is approaching fast, organizations are doing their best to meet the requirements. For the most part, this is a process of finding out what kind of personal information is processed, where and how.
This is important, but you also need to consider how to operationally support the requirements of this new regulation. You may know what personal identifiable data is where, have your processor agreements in place and understand all regulations. But how do you ensure that the processes are followed when a request for deletion of personal data comes in? How can you proof that the right people were informed in time after a data breach has occurred?
This is where InfraVision’s solution comes into play. It is built on the 4me platform and ensures that privacy related requests submitted by individuals – whether they are employees or customers – are handled in line with the GDPR requirements.
While the GDPR can seem daunting, there’s no need to reinvent the wheel. In the video below, InfraVision and 4me demonstrate how to operationally support GDPR compliance.