GDPR and CCPA Compliance software.

The risks and costs of data privacy

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Massive fines for
non-compliance

The financial costs of non-compliance can amount to millions of USD

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Customer satisfaction and brand damage

The non-financial implications may be even costlier to the organization

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High cost of privacy operations

It costs an enterprise $1,400 on average to fulfil a single data access request

Ensuring GDPR and CCPA Compliance in the enterprise

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Manual processing is not an option

According to Gartner, handling a Data Subject Access Request (DSAR) costs an enterprise $1,400 per request, on average, and takes a minimum of two weeks to process.

As the number of regulations and DSARs grows, manual handling simply cannot scale. In the first 18 months after Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect, Microsoft’s self-service portal received 25,000,000 DSARs – an impossible number to handle without automation.

With the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), and dozens of other regulations following GDPR, more companies worldwide must quickly comply, or face fines in the millions of dollars.

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Workflow-centric solutions tackle the tip of the compliance iceberg

Most data privacy compliance management solutions automate DSAR case management processes. They leave the heavy lifting – data mapping, collection, processing, and redaction, across dozens of systems – to time-consuming, error-prone, cross-departmental, manual processes.

Even solutions that support integration with third-party data management platforms typically require lengthy, expensive customization, especially for enterprises with highly fragmented customer data.

When it comes to GDPR and CCPA compliance, the workflow problem is just the tip of the iceberg. The real challenge lies below surface. It’s the data problem.

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Workflow and data automation in a single compliance solution

K2View CCPA & GDPR Compliance software connects to customer data, no matter where it resides, and maps it into a Digital Entity™ that represents each customer. With one click, it delivers secure, automated response to any subject data requestwith features that address critical data privacy needs.  

The K2View solution collects data from all underlying sources, automatically, to enable DSAR fulfillment in just a few minutes. It also enables the deletion of a customer’s data from all systems, should the “right to be forgotten” be exercised. 

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Easy-to-set-up, flexible, GDPR compliance software

K2View Data Privacy Management is easy and quick to set up, and flexible in adapting to your organization's specific needs, as well as to changing compliance requirements. With K2View DPM, enterprises can:

  • Create users, roles, workflows, steps, and actions, required to handle DSARs, across multiple departments, using an intuitive, graphical user interface
  • Leverage K2View auto-discovery to create the customer digital entity, a logical data schema with all the relevant data attributes across all systems, including Personally Identifiable Information (PII) 
  • Define the consent criteria and easily configures the required content for a customer’s web interface 
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Feature-rich and
enterprise-grade

The K2View CCPA compliance software:

  • Automates DSAR case management, including case intake, routing, workflows, and fulfillment 
  • Employs data governance to access, de-identify, export, and purge customer data 
  • Keeps each digital entity connected to the data sources, delivering data securely to the right place at the right time, and updating and purging the source systems as needed
  • Maintains a history of all DSAR and consent requests made, and all workflows that were executed, to support audit requirements 
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Comprehensive compliance management software

The K2View compliance management solution addresses all aspects of data privacy, including:

  • Single Point for Consent – making it simple and clear for customers to opt in/out and limit the types of data collection 
  • Secure Right to Access – maintaining access to a customer’s data no matter how many systems and databases it may be scattered across 
  • Data Portability – allowing the customer to quickly and easily take their personal data (and their business) elsewhere 
  • Right to be Forgotten – allowing customers to control how long you can store and use their data—after which you must remove it 
  • Data Protection – providing robust security that limits access to authorized persons and limit potential exposure and data breaches 
  • Reporting Breaches – notifying customers in a timely fashion if and when their personal information is at risk due to a breach 
Case Study

Tier-1 telco meets CCPA deadline

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Expediting compliance with scalable, future-proof data privacy management

In a matter of months, K2View DPM enabled this tier I telco to automate its compliance with the California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA). But with K2View DPM’s flexible capabilities, the company not only met the met the January 1, 2020 deadline, it drastically simplified its overall data management and future-proof itself from new data privacy laws being introduced around the world.

Learn how K2View CCPA and GDPR compliance software can keep both you and your customers safe