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Although GDPR has been in effect since 2018, it
is constantly evolving and more relevant than
ever. We understand the challenges
organizations face in meeting the complex
regulatory requirements of GDPR. 

Zaviant’s team of experts can help you become fully GDPR compliant, which may include managing consent, developing templates and workflows for privacy assessments like Record of Processing Activity (RoPAs), automating for fast and accurate Data Subject Access Requests (DSARs), and more.

GDPR Expertise

GDPR Audits and Assessments

Consent Management

DSARs Management

Data Mapping for GDPR Compliance

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Our team of expert consultants works closely with Fortune 500 companies, mid-market businesses, and not-for-profit organizations spanning industries including retail, manufacturing, finance, technology, and more.

What is GDPR?

The General Data Protection Regulation, also known as GDPR, is a data privacy law enacted by the European Union (EU) in 2018. It protects the personal data and privacy of individuals within the EU and the European Economic Area (EEA). It’s important to note that even if your organization is not based in the EU, you may still need to comply with GDPR.  

GDPR imposes strict requirements on how organizations collect, process, store, and transfer personal data while granting individuals more control over their information by requiring companies to obtain explicit consent before processing their data. GDPR also mandates that organizations implement robust data protection measures, such as encryption and data breach notification procedures.

Why Is Complying With GDPR Important?

Whenever an EU citizen visits your organization’s website, you need to provide the appropriate disclosures and consent options based on their local data processing authorities (DPAs). By addressing this requirement among others, GDPR compliance ensures your company respects the privacy rights of individuals residing in the EU, which in turn demonstrates a commitment to ethical data handling practices.

Perhaps most importantly, however, GDPR compliance ensures your organization avoids costly fines, which can total up to €20M. 

Handle Data Responsibly

GDPR provides organizations with a strict set of standards for the responsible handling of personal information.

Build Trust With EU Customers

GDPR compliance helps establish trust with EU customers by signaling that your organization is committed to protecting their data.

Avoid Fines

Failure to comply with GDPR may result in penalties up to 4% of annual global revenue or up to €20M, whichever is greater.

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How Zaviant Can Help

Zaviant serves as a trusted GDPR compliance partner for some of the nation’s largest companies. We can help your organization:

Conduct GDPR compliance audits and assessments

Become fully GDPR compliant

Manage consent across all GDPR jurisdictions

Manage DSAR's/DSR's

Conduct data mapping for GDPR compliance

Conduct Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs), which are required as part of the "Protection by Design" principle

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