A GDPR compliance solution that works for your business
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which provides guidance on how EU organization should store customer data and, more significantly, respond in the event of a data breach, went into effect on May 25, 2018.
Organizations need an easy-to-use, unobtrusive GDPR solution that helps you achieve compliance while being fully interoperable with your other data security solutions, enabling all the separate parts to work seamlessly together. Your employees need the freedom to work just as much as you need to protect your sensitive data. Fortra’s Data Classification solutions can help you protect your data in the day-to-day flow of work.
How Fortra’s Data Classification enhances GDPR compliance
Industry and analyst research have indicated that identifying and classifying your data are foundational steps in GDPR compliance. Fortra’s Data Classification enhances the effectiveness of your data protection and privacy program by identifying what data you have, how sensitive it is, and how it should be handled by your security stack.
Related Resource: GDPR: Effective Approaches for Protecting PII and SPI
Identify personal data
Classify personal data
Secure personal data
Fortra directly supports the requirements of 12 GDPR articles to help you become GDPR compliant—while meeting your business objectives:
- Article 5 – PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA – PRINCIPLES
- Article 6 – LAWFULNESS OF PROCESSING
- Article 9 – SPECIAL CATEGORIES OF PERSONAL DATA
- Article 15 – RIGHT OF ACCESS BY THE DATA SUBJECT
- Article 24 – RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CONTROLLER
- Article 25 – DATA PROTECTION BY DESIGN AND BY DEFAULT
- Article 32 – SECURITY OF PROCESSING
- Article 33 – NOTIFICATION OF A PERSONAL DATA BREACH TO THE SUPERVISORY AUTHORITY
- Article 34 – COMMUNICATION OF A PERSONAL DATA BREACH TO THE DATA SUBJECT
- Article 35 – DATA PROTECTION IMPACT ASSESSMENT (DPIA)
- Article 39 – TASKS OF THE DATA PROTECTION OFFICER
- Article 44 – GENERAL PRINCIPLE FOR TRANSFER