This week in GDPR
A weekly wrap-up of how companies are preparing for the General Data Protection Regulation
SessionM released a new feature set to help clients achieve General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance. Representatives can now view a full ledger of every customer data integration and the source of that data; easily remove a data subject’s information per their request; and export an entire audience, which can then be transferred to external systems within a client’s marketing stack.
L-Soft’s LISTSERV Version 16.5 added new features that make it much easier to locate and retrieve users’ personal information. The update also includes a customizable PowerShell script for Windows, Linux and MacOS, which scans all areas of LISTSERV where personal information could be stored and generates a report in XML format to comply with the GDPR data portability requirement.
DealSignal unveiled a new product module to help marketers assess their GDPR risk and establish account controls for data compliance within its platform. The feature uses a unique combination of AI, APIs, robots and professional data researchers.
Luminate Security announced completion of an American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) audit to obtain System and Organization Controls (SOC 2) Type II certification — an official auditing standard for controls and processes. The audit examines practices relating to security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality and privacy, and the certification is considered to be a signal that a company is working to comply with rules in these areas.
KirkpatrickPrice announced OneCloud has received its SOC 1 Type I and SOC 2 Type I attestation reports.
Prevalent expanded its platform to include GDPR requirements that relate to data privacy identification, mapping and privacy operational risk controls. The features will allow organizations to accurately identify and analyze gaps in vendor preparedness and develop appropriate responses.
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