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What is DPOrganizer and why do companies need it?

DPOrganizer provides companies and organizations with a data protection management software that helps them comply, collaborate and communicate effectively.

This means that companies use our software to be organized with the personal data they collect, store and use, in ways required by data protection laws.

Our customers use DPOrganizer because they take data protection seriously. Our tools make it possible for businesses and organisations to ensure that their data protection processes are efficient, transparent and effective.

More specifically, companies that use DPOrganizer are able to be in control of:

  • how they process your personal data
  • any risks associated with the processing of your personal data
  • what third parties you personal data is shared with and why
  • how your personal data is kept safe

Being compliant with all the existing data protection regulations, especially GDPR, requires a massive effort and no single tool, including DPOrganizer, offers a one-size-fits-all solution.

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What is GDPR and why should I care?

GDPR is the latest data protection regulation that offers extensive protection to any individual residing within the EU.

Whenever you use the internet or buy something from a store using your bank card, your data could be collected, stored or used by the a business or organization. Some of this data is considered personal data, and it could be used to identify you and reveal other details about your location or shopping habits, for example.

In increasing amounts, companies collect and use the personal data of individuals. Some companies use this data to better understand their customer base and better market their products.

In this context, individuals might be unsure of their rights. Especially when the companies collecting their information are based in a different country or outside the EU.

The European Commission (EC), the executive branch of the European Union, has stepped in to ensure that individual’s rights and freedoms are guaranteed in the most extensive way possible.

In 2016, it passed the General Data Protection Regulation, which comes into full force on May 25 2018.

GDPR compliance is a huge undertaking for any organization and for this reason DPOrganizer provides an essential tool to help companies meet their data protection compliance goals.

What does GDPR compliance mean?

Being GDPR compliant means that the company you interact with recognizes and protects your personal integrity. The company prioritizes your individual rights and ensures that your personal data is handled responsibly.

In other words, being GDPR compliant means making sure that your personal data is used in ways that acknowledges your best interests.

Ok, but what does that mean?

If an organization uses your personal data, you have the right to know how and why it is being used. You also have the right to take action and protect your personal integrity.

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What does GDPR mean to DPOrganizer?

DPOrganizer is made up of great people. Individuals living in a modern, data driven economy. We have our private lives and our concerns. What separates us from other people is that we work for DPOrganizer, a company dedicated to helping companies become GDPR compliant in a simpler way.

As individuals working at DPOrganizer, we stand behind GDPR and believe it protects our fundamental right to privacy. GDPR empowers us to decide who we share our personal data with and with what purpose.

As a company, we want our customers to embrace GDPR by ensuring they have the tools they need to be accountable for the use of the personal data of individuals like you.

Our Vision

The GDPR is built upon the European convention of human rights. Like the regulation itself, we believe in the free flow of information and in facilitating respect for human rights.

Our Mission

We believe data protection management can be made easier, and strive to build the best data protection software available.

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