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Tue
19 Feb
03:00 pm CE(S)T
19 Feb / 03:00 pm CE(S)T
Language: Dutch

Learn more about our one-stop GDPR compliance tool

Join us for a 30-min webinar! With our easy-to-use tool, we help your organization administrate all of your privacy records, such as processing, assessments and data breaches.

We want to help your organization to comply with GDPR.

Tue
19 Feb
04:00 pm CE(S)T
19 Feb / 04:00 pm CE(S)T
Language: English

Learn more about our one-stop GDPR compliance tool

Join us for a 30-min webinar! With our easy-to-use tool, we help your organization administrate all of your privacy records, such as processing, assessments and data breaches.

We want to help your organization to comply with GDPR.

Wed
20 Feb
11:30 am CE(S)T
20 Feb / 11:30 am CE(S)T
Language: Spanish

Learn more about our one-stop GDPR compliance tool

Join us for a 30-min webinar! With our easy-to-use tool, we help your organization administrate all of your privacy records, such as processing, assessments and data breaches.

We want to help your organization to comply with GDPR.

Thu
21 Feb
11:00 am CE(S)T
21 Feb / 11:00 am CE(S)T
Language: French

Learn more about our one-stop GDPR compliance tool

Join us for a 30-min webinar! With our easy-to-use tool, we help your organization administrate all of your privacy records, such as processing, assessments and data breaches.

We want to help your organization to comply with GDPR.

Tue
26 Feb
03:00 pm CE(S)T
26 Feb / 03:00 pm CE(S)T
Language: Dutch

Learn more about our one-stop GDPR compliance tool

Join us for a 30-min webinar! With our easy-to-use tool, we help your organization administrate all of your privacy records, such as processing, assessments and data breaches.

We want to help your organization to comply with GDPR.

What’s PrivacyPerfect

What’s PrivacyPerfect?

PrivacyPerfect is the ultimate GDPR compliance toolkit. It provides a natural flow between three administrations required by the new Regulation: data protection impact assessments, processings activities (including transfers), and data breaches (including breach notifications to supervisory authorities and data subjects). 

Your organisation should conform to many GDPR requirements. These include meeting controller and processor obligations, fulfilling data subject rights and complying with supervisory authorities’ requests. Our tool enables your organisation to enter and assess relevant privacy records and promote them through the ‘privacy funnel’. 

The tool

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Assessment: If the processing activity triggers a high risk for the data subject, perform an assessment

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Processings: Maintain records of processing activities

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Breaches: Notify the supervisory authority and the data subjects in case of a data breach

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Dashboard: The Dashboard page lists notifications, tasks and profile settings. It also shows permissions per role.

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For privacy officers: PrivacyPerfect has been developed specifically to support (chief) privacy officers in their activities. The system lets them determine the legal processing ground and its justification (goal), provides insight into all data processings and enables them to decide on the processings’ legitimacy.

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Reports: PrivacyPerfect lets you report on virtually any aspect of your assessments or processing records. For instance, choose a processing ground such as ‘consent of the data subject’ and show all processing records using that ground.

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Legal ground: Each processing is connected to a legal processing ground within the applicable legal framework.

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Graphical overview: PrivacyPerfect uses visualisation techniques to show how personal data are being collected, stored, used and shared within and outside your organisation.

Blog

Content available in English.

Impact assessments are essentially risk management tools, whether they are concerned with the environment, society, business, or personal data. In case of personal data, Article 35 of the GDPR requires controllers to conduct a data protection impact assessment (“DPIA”) prior to undertaking processing activities that are likely to pose high risk to the rights and freedoms of natural persons. This is essentially a holistic risk assessment taking into account the nature, scope, context and purposes of the processing. 

No matter what sector your business is in, how large or small an organisation you are, or whether your products and services are B2C or B2B, today, with increasing consumption occurring online, it is imperative that your online marketing strategy is relevant, up-to-date and effective. 

Do you sometimes feel that internet works like magic; do certain incidents seem inexplicable to you, such as getting flooded with advertisements about products you may have idly surfed days ago? Whether you are a technical genius or technologically challenged, if you spend any of your time online, you have probably seen pop-up screens while surfing online, that require you to agree to the use of something called “Cookies”. Do you carelessly agree to the use of cookies, or do you take time to read the Cookie policy?

 

The concept of ‘consent’ should be a fairly self-explanatory one. It is not a unique idea; in fact, consent simply signifies the “meeting of minds” and has forever been one of the core principles of contract law. However, recent times have witnessed unsettling discussions surrounding ‘consent’ spanning across divergent areas of the socio-legal spectrum. In this blog post our focus is however limited to ‘consent’ in the paradigm of EU data protection law. 

The GDPR has been in force for five months. While most publications focus on the (hefty) sanction regime, the GDPR is mainly about accountability. It provides data subjects with rights to take control over their own personal data and obliges organisations to facilitate these rights. It also requires organisations to have much more insight into their own data processing activities. This is primarily reflected in three documentation obligations: for processing activities, for data protection impact assessments and for data breaches.

Our clients

PrivacyPerfect's current customer base includes leading players in various sectors such as aviation, banking, government, insurance, retail, telecom but also small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

PVH Europe

Mathilde Fabre, Privacy Officer
Anny Ho, Legal Consultant

Validata Group

Harm Voogt, founder and CEO 

Resources

Content available in English.

Until a year ago, many people had not even heard about the GDPR.

Trying to get a company into preparing for this new legislation used to be quite hard, simply because there was no sense of urgency outside the ‘inner circle’ of data protection officers.

Now that the GDPR has been in force for a while, the urgency for an effective privacy compliance program has only increased

Executing a data protection impact assessment (or DPIA in short) is an important aspect of an organisation’s accountability obligations under the GDPR.

This whitepaper describes the steps your organisation can take in order to assess the requirement for a data protection impact assessment under the GDPR, as well as the steps to conduct a DPIA.

This white paper describes the steps your organisation can take in order to prepare for and handle data breach notifications under the GDPR. Articles 33 and 34 specify the cases in which your organisation has to register a breach, notify it to the supervisory authority or communicate it to the data subject (the natural persons affected by the breach).

Free GDPR guide

The GDPR is complex, yes, but desperation never helped anyone to get further in life. Therefore, in this guide, we provide a seven-step scheme to help you become GDPR compliant.

We won’t claim it’s easy, but it’s doable. To provide you with more insight, we have drafted an infographic showing the internal and external stakeholders and sources needed for inventory purposes.

This 5-minute animation video offers a quick tour of the PrivacyPerfect GDPR compliance solution, including administration of processing records and assessment records.

Make sure and have a look at it!

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