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Instantly demonstrate GDPR compliance

GDPR Manager provides an independent attestation of your organisation's GDPR compliance programme.

This powerful 4-in-1 tool gives you the visibility, automation and record keeping you need to manage your core GDPR compliance activities.

  • Gap analysis
  • DSAR processes
  • Personal data breach response
  • Third-party management
 
 

Achieve and demonstrate GDPR compliance quickly, easily and cost-effectively

Simplify your core GDPR compliance activities and reduce costs while improving repeatability, robustness, reliability and audit trails with GDPR Manager.

Designed for DPOs (data protection officers) and DPMs (data protection managers), GDPR Manager comprises four GDPR compliance modules:

  • Gap analysis tool - assess and manage your compliance gaps
  • Record and report on data breaches
  • Effortlessly handle DSARS (data subject access requests)
  • Keep track of third parties handling your data

The intuitive and interactive dashboard offers a real-time overview of your project that you can personalise to see what's important to you.

Easily get started with our new task-based landing page to guide you through the initial set-up

Plus, you can live chat with our product developers who will help you navigate the tool, address any technical issues and advise on how to get the most out of the software.

Create an actionable compliance plan with a Gap Analysis

GDPR Manager is designed to identify gaps in your current compliance program. Quickly and easily identify actions required to protect personal data in accordance with the GDPR with the inbuilt Gap Analysis tool.

Meet data subject access request requirements

The GDPR requires organisations to respond to data subject access requests (DSARs) within one month. GDPR Manager makes it easy to record and action DSARS, providing a record of how and when your organisation responded.

Meet the 72-hour breach reporting deadline

Under the GDPR, organisations are required to report some data breaches to the ICO within 72 hours. Failure to do so can result in a fine up to €10 million. GDPR Manager simplifies the breach reporting process, enabling you to easily log any incidents that occur.

Keep track of third-party processors

With GDPR Manager, monitoring third-party processors and controllers that process or store personal data on your behalf is a breeze.

Affordable and flexible pricing

We offer single-user and multi-user access via monthly and annual subscriptions. Being hosted online also means that other invited users can access the tool with a ‘read only’ role and ensures that correct procedures have been followed.

Price guarantee: If you find a tool that does exactly the same, with the same outcomes at the same incredible price or lower, we will refund your first subscription*

*Full details on the shopping page

Technical specifications

  • Hosted on CyberComply, our online cyber security and compliance platform.
  • Accessible via an Internet connection and a compatible browser – the latest version of Chrome, Edge, Firefox or Internet Explorer.
  • Available on a monthly or annual subscription basis.
  • Supported by Microsoft Azure data centres, which have industry-leading security measures and policies.
  • Includes regular updates to content and functionality.
  • Includes on-demand and unlimited support.

Upgrade to CyberComply

Compliance Manager is one of five fully integrated modules of the CyberComply platform, making cyber security risk management and privacy compliance easy and affordable for all.

Providing complete control over your data privacy and information security compliance progress, CyberComply comprises the following modules:

Effortlessly meet your data security and data privacy obligations with one powerful tool.

 

Jeffrey S. Cochran

Information Security Manager, Thompsons Online Benefits

By the way, this vsRisk package rocks!
I do very much like how it is laid out and operates. This is just what I needed.

 

Nicholas King

11/6/2019

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