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What is Consentua?
Consentua is our Innovate UK funded consent management tool. We developed it over the last two years with help from the European Commission.
For most organisations, consent is probably the most used condition for the process of personal data. Many organisations recognise that they have to improve how they manage consent. Making the request clear and easy to understand, for example.
Many people see the incoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) as an opportunity to better understand the customer. What better way of improving your brand’s trust than via a clear and transparent explanation as to what personal data is processed and why this benefits the end user?
Created as the first in a series of GDPR Infographic. It is intended to act as a basic introduction.
Let us know how you are preparing to comply with GDPR in the comments below and f you have further questions then give us a call on 02392 160640.
Our Consentua service provides GDPR compliant consent management that can be integrated into your organisation’s existing data protection processes.
We also provide Privacy Impact Assessments, GDPR readiness reviews and Privacy Notice refresh. If you feel you might be a bit behind in preparations for GDPR then firstname.lastname@example.org.
We built our privacy consultancy service with the express aim of helping organisations achieve an appropriate level of information management maturity. Almost all organisations use data in one form or another. We focus on an organisation’s obligations around the use of individual Personal Identifiable Information (PII).
Privacy concerns around PII have increased over recent years. The need to address the obligations and to meet national and international laws, regulations and compliance standards are becoming ever more onerous and complex, especially where data needs to be shared between different jurisdictions. Individuals that use your services are becoming increasingly aware of the value of their data, the rights they have and are expecting appropriate use and transparency in the way organisations use this information.
The incoming GDPR regulations in May 2018 will dramatically increase the requirement for privacy controls on organisations and ensure better management of personal data for citizens.