The formal introduction of GDPR is just weeks away, but by now it no longer comes as any major surprise. So much discussion has revolved around it throughout your business. Every area, technical, legal, or otherwise has been considering what it means for them, what work it requires, its effect on business processes, and how business will be done when personal information is stored, processed and controlled.
Various solutions are offered to help you achieve GDPR compliance, most of them based on consultancy and process. Such offerings provide basic tools to cover different aspects of the regulation. Teams of consultants work onsite to manually collect data or use a mishmash of tools to create bespoke processes for GDPR use cases.