GDPR Compliance Software


A Data Privacy and Security Compliance software to ensure 100% GDPR compliance with well-integrated user workflows across Controllers and joint Controllers, Data Protection Officers, and representatives. The application has built-in data processes to handle end-to-end record processing, Impact Assessment, Contract Management, Custom Templates, Audit Reports, and many more.

GDPR Compliance Workflows & Processes

The application has built-in complex user workflows with Controllers that determine the purposes and means of processing personal data.

The processing records are well organized and maintained for each company within a group and all its subsidiaries.

The Controller processes help in creating and monitoring processing records, implementing and monitoring all related controller actions involving data subject with regard to the data processing (e.g. information and disclosure rights, deletion)

The application demonstrates compliance and setting up a legal basis for collecting data. Checks related to the collection of personal data i.e. data consent, purpose and disclosure of data, data subject access, and application rights apply ie. the application of exemptions. Besides data retention time interval and any amendments to the data.

An integrated workflow involving joint controllers to handle one or more data processing operations, and determine the purposes and means of processing based on defined responsibilities within an agreement.

An integrated workflow involving joint controllers to handle one or more data processing operations, and determine the purposes and means of processing based on defined responsibilities within an agreement.

Data Protection Officer (DPO)

Data protection officer workflows to handle the management of the processing records, especially the preparation of the procedural notifications. The processes ensure the creation of the records and provide assistance in the task of maintaining the processing records, managing compiling, and updating the records.



  • Multi-language Support
  • Contract Management
  • Risk Analysis
  • Impact Assessment
  • Technical and organizational measure
  • Templates
  • Dashboard & Reports
  • Billing & Invoices
  • Logs
  • Todo
  • Data Breach
  • Websites
  • Software & Services
  • Subscription Plan
  • Processing Activities
Challenges - Solutions - Results

Our Challenges / Solutions

  • Complexity: GDPR compliance requires intricate and multifaceted features, making software development and maintenance. 
  • Data Mapping: Identifying and mapping personal data across various systems and databases is difficult due to data sprawl. 
  • Consent Management: Implementing robust consent mechanisms and ensuring proper tracking of user consent. 
  • Data Security: Ensuring the security of personal data against breaches and unauthorized access demands continuous updates and monitoring. 
  • Cross-Border Data Transfers: Complying with GDPR’s strict requirements for transferring data outside the EU presents legal and technical hurdles.
  • Accountability and Documentation: Meeting GDPR’s accountability requirements and maintaining detailed documentation of data processing activities can be time-consuming.
  • Privacy by Design: Integrate privacy features into software from the initial development stages to ensure compliance from the ground up.
  • Robust Data Security Measures: Implement encryption, access controls, and monitoring tools to protect personal data from breaches and unauthorized access. 
  • Data Portability Mechanisms: Create mechanisms for easy data transfer between systems while ensuring data integrity and security. 
  • Standard Contractual Clauses: Use standard contractual clauses or other GDPR-approved mechanisms for cross-border data transfers.
  • Data Processing Documentation: Utilize tools for streamlined documentation of data processing activities to maintain GDPR-required records. 
  • Regular Compliance Audits: Conduct regular audits to assess software compliance with GDPR regulations and identify areas for improvement.
  • GDPR Compliance: Ensuring that the software products fully comply with the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation.
  • Enhanced Data Privacy: Safeguarding the personal data of EU citizens, promoting trust among users, and protecting sensitive information from unauthorized access, data breaches, maintaining data integrity and confidentiality.
  • Increased User Trust: Building confidence among users that their personal data is handled responsibly, thereby fostering stronger customer relationships.
  • Minimized Legal Risks: Reducing the risk of fines, penalties, and legal actions due to non-compliance with GDPR regulations.
  • Data Subject Empowerment: Empowering data subjects to exercise their rights, such as accessing their data, rectifying inaccuracies, and requesting erasure.
  • Improved Data Security: Strengthening data security measures to protect against data breaches, maintaining data integrity and confidentiality.

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