Be Ready for Whatever the Regulators Throw At You Next
Risk Cloud™️ x Data Privacy
Whether your company needs to comply with the General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR) and California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) or is preparing for the next data privacy law, simplification is paramount to staying on top of the laws and regulations.
LogicGate Data Privacy Solutions
Easily Maintain Your Compliance Strategy
Rapidly implement new workflows to achieve compliance with both CCPA and GDPR, including trackingdata storage and protection requirements, requests for removal, and breach responses.
Use our Data Processing Activity Records module to track your organization's hierarchies of personal data, and maintain the required records and controls around processing activities.
Build a holistic asset inventory that displays the relationships between your customers' data and the systems, individuals, and processes it interacts with.
Use LogicGate’s template questionnaire to ensure assessments meet GDPR and CCPA requirements, and customize them to align with your organization's needs.
Rely on our powerful graph database to unlock new insights by assessing high-risk data processing operations and building relationships between identified mitigations and existing risk, third-party, and controls-management processes.
Use pre-built, public-request portals for personal data access, correction, erasure, transfer, and restriction requests from customers.
Design approval workflows to ensure system owners review and understand their obligation to comply with data privacy requirements.
Map your data handling and privacy policies and procedures LogicGate’s Policy & Procedures Management module to privacy regulatory requirements to ensure they are comprehensive and compliant.
“The best part about LogicGate is the flexibility it provides fast-paced organizations to implement new processes, and adapt as the company continues to change and grow. With LogicGate, we have been able to streamline our risk assessment process and equip business owners with the information they need to assess and mitigate risks on their own.”