GDPR added a significant compliance burden on DPOs and data processors. Data breaches must be reported to the authorities within 72 hours, each new data processing activity needs to be documented and Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIA) must be carried out for processing that is likely to result in a high risk to individuals. Penalties for breaching GDPR can reach into the then of millions of Euros.
Implementing clear and easy-to-follow processes is one of the biggest challenges that organisations face in GDPR compliance. Manually collecting and managing information increases complexity, wastes significant administrative time, risks information being incomplete or inappropriate, and is harder to evidence to a regulator when needed. VinciWorks’ Omnitrack GDPR workflows are designed and built in collaboration with leading law firms and international businesses. They are simple to use but include every requirement under GDPR depending on the circumstances at the time.
Record breaches, monitor in-progress incidents, meet reporting deadlines for regulatory authorities and management teams.
Maintain a record of all processing activities, sub-processors and relevant details for Article 35 compliance.
Streamline DPIAs on a centralised portal allowing you to make risk-based decisions and record outcomes.