Scribe Supports Your GDPR Compliance Efforts
The European Union (EU) enacted the Global Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to strengthen and unify data protection for individuals. Not only has it fundamentally changed how we look at customer data, but GDPR also requires every business to have much greater control over the personal data they collect and process. For example, a business needs to know:
- Where personal data is stored (on-premise or in the cloud; applications, databases, etc.)
- How to access personal data and send it to an individual when requested
- How to change or delete data when requested
To learn more about GDPR and how Scribe supports your compliance efforts, download our white paper.
Important: Scribe advises you to obtain the advice of legal counsel on how to interpret GDPR and for specific advice on what your organization needs to do to comply with GDPR. Scribe does not provide legal, accounting or auditing advice or represent or warrant that its services or products will ensure compliance with any law or regulation.
Using Scribe to Comply with GDPR Data Requests
GDPR holds businesses to a higher standard of governance and gives consumers new methods to control how a business can use their data, including rights for breach notification, access, data erasure, and data portability. Any business that fails to meet the requirements is subject to monetary penalties.
Scribe’s data integration platforms, Scribe Online and Scribe Insight, make it easier to comply with GDPR with:
- Centralized Management/Governance – Many point-to-point integrations scattered in different departments expose a business to greater compliance risks. Scribe’s integration platforms, on the other hand, give you a single place to organize all your integrations, making it easier to find where personal data is stored and simpler to govern the flow of personal data.
- Automation for Responding to GDPR Requests – Scribe’s platforms offer create, read, update and delete capabilities that can help you automate and accelerate your response to “what do you know about me” and “forget about me” requests.