LogicManager offers the most efficient approach to meeting GDPR compliance. Our integrated GDPR compliance management software enables you to scope, prioritize, track and report on the critical information that’s scattered throughout your organization. Measuring and achieving GDPR compliance is a large undertaking without comprehensive software, as using various applications to cover the scope of this new regulation is time consuming and allows room for error. With LogicManager, every tool you need to achieve compliance is centralized in one intuitive platform.
LogicManager is a SaaS solution, which enables us to deploy customer environments virtually and efficiently. This way, customers are up and running in the system within 5 business days.
What do you get with the LogicManager GDPR compliance solution package?
- Plan with a Readiness Assessment – Meet GDPR requirements for evidence of your process and procedures. Identify gaps in your current privacy program and reporting.
- Full Text of GDPR Requirements – Educate yourself on and stay on top of requirements.
- GDPR Audit Readiness Checklist – See the scope of applicability to your company and identify any gaps in compliance.
- Article 5: Principles Relating to Processing of Personal Data
- Article 24: Responsibility of the Controller
Inventory and mapping of which company systems contain privacy data through our Taxonomy technology with automated change management updating (to meet Article 30 obligations).
- Article 6: Lawfulness of Processing
- Article 30: Records of Processing Activities (Primary)
- Article 32: Security of Processing
Subject Access Review Request – Automatically create a privacy incident from an email submission with a customizable response workflow that includes tasks to key stakeholders who “own” European citizen data to provide support transparency to work-in-process and completion.
- Article 7: Conditions for Consent
GDPR Data Breach Notification Form – Collect information like opt-outs, or notify affected parties of a breach within 72 hours.
- Article 12: Transparent Information, Communication and Modalities for the Exercise of the Rights of the Data Subject
- Article 13: Information to be Provided Where Personal Data are Collected from the Data Subject
- Article 14: Information to be Provided where Personal Data have not been Obtained from the Data Subject
- Article 15: Right of Access by the Data Subject
- Article 16: Right to Rectification
- Article 17: Right to Erasure (“Right to be Forgotten”)
- Article 18: Right to Restriction of Processing
- Article 19: Notification Obligation Regarding Rectification or Erasure of Personal Data or Restriction of Processing
- Article 20: Right to Data Portability
- Article 21: Right to Object
Data Privacy Impact Assessment (DPIAs) – DPIAs required by the GDPR can be completed and documented directly within LogicManager.
Article 25: Data Protection by Design and by Default
Article 35: Data Protection Impact Assessments
Article 36: Prior Consultation
GDPR Vendor Checklist – Determine if third parties require GDPR compliance. For those vendors, you may issue vendor privacy and security assessment questionnaires and tools for due diligence to create a central record of all vendors, contracts, data transfers and more to enable the legal basis for any cross-border transfers and the proper security obligations.
- Article 28 (1)-(3): Processor
- Article 24 (1): Responsibility of the Controller
- Article 29: Processing Under the Authority of the Controller or Processor
- Article 46 (1): Transfers Subject to Appropriate Safeguards
A comprehensive Data Library – Identify where data is housed, how data flows through the company and who has access to what.
A Policies Library – Keep track of your company’s GDPR-specific policies and house Binding Corporate Rules in one central repository.
Using these tools, you’ll be empowered to operationalize your privacy program by:
- Working seamlessly and effectively AND provide support transparency WIP and completion
- Conducting gap assessments to identify areas for improvement
- Creating a comprehensive data repository
- Applying the work you’ve completed for GDPR compliance to any overlapping privacy requirements (like CCPA and many others on the horizon), eliminating duplicative work