Privacy by Design and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

The European Union (EU) enacted major data reforms that provide protections and privacy for all individuals within the EU, which took effect May 25, 2018. These regulations aim to give control of personal data back to citizens and residents and will impact how data is stored, managed, and used.

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Why does it matter? Even if your company is based in the US, if you have customers in the EU or sell goods and services in the EU, you are likely required to comply with GDPR. The potential penalties for non-compliance are strict: a fine of 20 million Euros or four percent of annual global revenues, whichever is higher.

Fortunately, Clarity Insights’ business is understanding all aspects of the “D” in GDPR: data. We created a solution that enable our clients to manage Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and ensure GDPR compliance. We call it Privacy by Design. It provides a data infrastructure to improve data privacy and data security and is comprised of the following:

GDPR Data Assessment
data strategy
GDPR Data Strategy
& Data Model
Modern Data Architecture
data mgmt
Data Management Implementation Plan

Clarity Insights is prepared to immediately help your company build the data solutions required for GDPR compliance. We’re also prepared to help your company improve data privacy even if you’re not impacted by the regulation.

You can’t afford the risk of non-compliance, and GDPR is in effect. Ready to get started? Reach out to us today for an assessment of your data privacy.

The key components of the regulation are the newly defined business processes as defined by GDPR.
These processes, or “data subject’s rights,” are:

+ Clear opt-in consent

+ Right to obtain information

+ Right to be forgotten

+ Right to restrict processing

+ Right to data portability

+ Right to be informed of a data breach

+ Right to object

+ Audit capabilities