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Leveraging the capabilities of its no-code, SaaS platform, Onspring creates flexible automation solutions for risk and compliance processes—even for the most complex aspects of GRC management. By providing intelligent automation... Read more
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Resolver’s risk management software is a cloud-based solution for midsize to larger enterprises that serves customers across a variety of industries and business needs. These industries include banking and financial services, healthcare... Read more
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Integrum is a fully integrated, cloud-based or in-premise, QHSE Risk and Compliance platform. Used by organizations of all sizes, across diverse sectors of commerce and government to manage incidents; conduct audits and inspections;... Read more
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EnterpriseInsight is a SaaS platform that helps users manage business risk. With configurable pre-built risk frameworks, it overcomes the complexities of implementing and updating other ERM-GRC platforms. The interface is equipped... Read more
AuditBoard is a cloud-based platform transforming the way enterprises automate, manage, collaborate, and report on critical risk, audit, and compliance workflows in real time. The company offers a full suite of easy-to-use audit management... Read more
VelocityEHS is a cloud-based environment, health, safety (EHS) and sustainability solution designed to improve visibility and manage risk across organizations. VelocityEHS modules include incident management, audit and inspection,... Read more
Form.com is a field service solution that provides tools that aim to optimize the workflow involved in traditional field service operations. Based on a variety of responses, the system triggers events that are situationally appropriate,... Read more
Trusted by insurance brokers/carriers and property managers, SmartCompliance is a self-service insurance tracking and compliance management solution designed to assist organizations with automating the certificate of insurance (COI)... Read more
Lockpath brings visibility to risks frequently managed in disparate sources. It aggregates internal data points from all corners of the organization, as well as from assessments, audits, authoritative sources and external systems.... Read more
KPA provides an easy to use EHS management platform that automates manual processes, supported with online and on-call expertise. It is used by small to mid-sized industrial organizations to manage their risk by maintaining regulatory... Read more
EHS Insight is a cloud-based environmental health and safety (EHS) and quality management solution. It helps clients track environmental effects, manages security and risks and ensures compliance with requirements. EHS Insight offers... Read more
For organizations operating security programs who need to demonstrate compliance to security standards internally and externally, Ostendio MyVCM is an Integrated Risk Management Platform that Makes it easier to build, operate and showcase... Read more
Deliver a demonstrable, robust risk management program with DoubleCheck’s web-based Enterprise Risk Manager! Communicate status and results clearly with real-time, board-friendly reports! With DoubleCheck Risk Manager, you will... Read more
Workaware is an online and offline capable cloud-based safety program and operations management software with desktop and mobile functionality. It gives you the ability to create personnel and asset profiles, track training, inspections,... Read more
Nintex Promapp is a cloud-based business process management solution, which helps small to large organizations evaluate team engagement and track workflow process. Its key features include onboarding, training management, task tagging,... Read more
Truce is a cloud-based risk and compliance management solution, which helps small to large businesses maintain employee safety and manage mobile device usage at the workplace. Key features include workgroup formation, behavioral analysis,... Read more
Cority is a cloud-based occupational health and safety management software solution. The product enables users to standardize processes and workflows, integrate and centralize data, track performance and identify problem areas for... Read more
Safesite is a cloud-based software that helps construction and real estate businesses design and conduct inspections and audits to record safety issues and ensure a secure workplace. Organizations can log hazards, define resolution... Read more
Mango is a cloud-based quality, health, safety and environmental (QHSE) management solution, which assists small to large organizations with audit trail and event scheduling. Key features include asset record-keeping, root cause analysis,... Read more
Donesafe provides an online all-in-one EHS (Environmental, Health & Safety) management software solution that connects all workers across an organization. Donesafe supports all industry types and organizations large and small.... Read more
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), enforced by the European Union (EU) starting in May 2018, is one of the most important data privacy regulations to come into force in the last 20 years. Yet, according to our survey1, 54% of businesses report that they are "not familiar at all" with GDPR.
Primarily, GDPR aims to provide EU citizens with the power to decide how companies use their data. The regulation states that businesses (anywhere in the world) processing EU citizens' personally identifiable information (PII) must ensure its security and privacy. You can find the long list of GDPR requirements on this website.
Noncompliance can lead to fines of up to 20 million pounds or 4% of annual global turnover, whichever is higher. Fines of such magnitude are reason enough to make sure your organization complies with GDPR.
There are several software solutions on the market that can help you remain compliant. In this buyers guide we'll help you decide on the kind of GDPR software that'll best suit you your business. Here's what we'll cover:
What is GDPR software?
GDPR software is a privacy management tool that helps manage customer data, consent forms, and data security. GDPR compliance software facilitates customers' ability to choose the amount and type of data they want a company to store or process. It also helps improve an organization's data storage, governance, and privacy practices.
User access analysis in ManageEngine DataSecurity Plus (Source)
Common features of GDPR software
Choosing GDPR software with the right features is important to ensuring complete compliance. Below we discuss the key features to look for in a GDPR tool.
|Consent management||Policies and practices (such as the use of web forms) to allow customers to opt-out of data tracking or explicitly cite what information they're willing to let a company capture, store, use, or share.|
|Data portability||Functions to help customers move, copy, or transfer their personal data from one database, cloud, or IT environment to another.|
|Access controls||Allows for database monitoring, restricted sharing, secure password creation, and other measures to prevent unauthorized access to sensitive data such as PII.|
|Notifications||Sends alert messages that notify administrators about unauthorized access to data records, pending user requests, and changes required in the controls to meet compliance updates.|
|Dashboard||Centralized view to capture and track how all GDPR sensitive data is classified, labeled, protected, used, and stored.|
|Data governance||Frameworks that help map customer data, track where it's stored, monitor its usage, understand risks around it, and respond to data management requests, including the ability to delete the data.|
|Incident management||Generates automated process workflows and reports to document and respond to data breaches in accordance with GDPR guidelines.|
|Audit trail||Offers systems to track and document which user has made changes to data management settings and when they were made.|
What type of buyer are you?
GDPR applies to all organizations that process data of EU citizens, irrespective of their business size and industry vertical. The following scenarios represent different buyer types to consider:
- You don't have any of these applications yet: Because of tight budget or limited knowledge you may not have invested in tools that offer features required for GDPR compliance. You can't escape this investment any longer. Going for integrated GDPR platforms will be easier for you to fulfill the requirements.
- You already have some of the applications but need to build out your GDPR tech stack: You may already have implemented some data security tools such as authentication or risk management software. There could still be some gaps, such as in managing customer consent, that prevent you from being fully compliant with GDPR. Identify standalone tools that help remedy the gaps and integrate them with your existing systems.
Benefits of GDPR software
In addition to helping your business stay compliant with GDPR, the software can provide these additional benefits:
- Improve overall cyber defense capabilities: Several GDPR software solutions not only offer features to remain compliant, but also provide data security capabilities for application or network monitoring and encryption. This helps improve your overall security posture and cyber defense capabilities.
- Improve customer trust and loyalty: GDPR compliance software not only helps manage customer data on the back end but also helps capture customer preferences through consent forms and opt-out buttons. Such visible demonstrations of your regard for customer data protection will help improve trust and build loyalty.
Key considerations when buying GDPR software
Even though you might be hurrying to meet GDPR requirements, it is important to consider some of the below parameters when buying GDPR software.
- Look out for well-rounded tools: GDPR is not the only regulation that your business needs to take into account. There're several others as well, such as the California consumer privacy act (CCPA) and the Cookie law. However, most of these regulations underline common themes such as data security, governance, and accountability. Choose data management and security tools with the view to cover the broad regulatory landscape your business is subject to.
- Integrations: The GDPR tool that you implement must integrate with your existing data collection/management/protection systems to support coherent operations. Multiple systems that send out disparate notifications or run conflicting data management rules will only add to your data management worries.
Note: The applications selected in this article are examples to show a feature in context and are not intended as endorsements or recommendations. They have been obtained from sources believed to be reliable at the time of publication.
1Methodology: The data security survey referenced in this article was conducted by Gartner Digital Markets in June 2019 among 714 respondents who reported full-time employment in the United States.