The Nectain is ready for the GDPR

The General Regulation on Personal Data Protection (GDPR) went into effect on May 25, 2018. Innovative features in Nectain made it easier for platform users to comply successfully with the latest legal requirements.

Personal data serves as both the modern economy’s currency and fuel. It has a tremendous, continuously rising value, and how its use also evolves with new technological advancements. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) marked the most significant change in personal data protection in 20 years.

The new rules will be homogeneous for the millions of businesses that handle personal data in the European Union. They will involve several new legal obligations. These include direct corporate responsibility for the information used, the need to stock and record it, and also the duty to report violations.

In actuality, the changes will impact many data-related processes. To record and manage this element of the company’s operations, it is essential to modify processing methods and incorporate IT systems.

Nectain  introduced new features to help organizations keep up with the latest requirements. This is to address the problems that the GDPR poses to admins when it comes to personal data.

Identification of procedures that serve as personal data dictionaries

Examples are contact person or applicant cards. This is to enable:

Identifying procedures and specific fields on forms that hold personal data will help with:

Defining fields that contain sensitive data to permit

Personal data pseudonymization and deletion based on a dictionary from a third-party system to allow: