A new breach reporting requirements tool released by RADAR, LLC ensures that users stay up-to-date with their obligations. The free tool, Breach Law Radar, provides interactive maps, which allow privacy professionals to visualize their reporting risk by region.
Breach Law Radar is a welcomed addition for those looking to understand and navigate the complex world of breach reporting requirements. With a wide range of existing and new regulations, Breach Law Radar provides users with a solution for understanding the latest global reporting requirements.
Breach Law Radar is an existing feature of the RADAR, LLC platform, and provides a snapshot of the full product to potential RADAR, LLC customers. The platform provides a variety of features, such as:
Providing this freemium product to privacy professionals may incentivize competitors in the GDPR compliance and privacy software space to do the same.
Source: SoftwareReviews.com GDPR Compliance, Report Published May 2019
Privacy software vendors will increasingly provide free solutions to the market in an attempt to attract new customers. Providing Breach Law Radar as a free solution is an effective approach, highlighting how simply understanding breach laws can be a difficult task. Consumers are interested in tracking other regional regulatory requirements such as data subject request laws, data transfer requirements, and differences in privacy rights; however, privacy professionals might have to pay for those tools.
The recent Schrems II invalidation of the EU-US Privacy Shield has added a layer of difficulty for organizations that operate across borders, as they now require additional contractual clauses and measures in place to ensure data can transfer freely. Privacy program management vendor Proteus-Cyber offers a streamlined solution with the release of its Transfer Impact Assessment tool.
TrustArc is partnering with BigID to add protection of sensitive data to its roster of data privacy and compliance capabilities. The move closely follows a partnership announced by two other major players in the data privacy and governance space, OneTrust and Integris.
An acquisition borne out of its users’ primary needs, OneTrust’s recent integration with data discovery giant Integris optimally positions the privacy program management software vendor against competitors in the market.
Data intelligence software vendor Alation has made the move to emphasize data governance amongst its solution offerings to make the data catalog a dynamic platform for “a broad range of data intelligence solutions.”
The industry’s first self-service privacy software solution Ethyca receives its second round of investor funding, aptly timed with the release of Ethyca Pro. The privacy management solution provides full automation capabilities for data mapping, data subject requests (DSRs), and consent management for various international privacy regulations.
To further capabilities in the data privacy space, top-tier vendor OneTrust has acquired Integris, another leading vendor within the data discovery and classification sphere. This is a two-part note that focuses on the acquisition and anticipated synergies between the two companies.
AI-powered privacy is here to stay, driven by the innovative team at SECURITI.ai. The company injects automation through AI with its PrivacyOps solution, PRIVACI, taking the effort out of mapping out personal data within its various repositories.
The privacy management software space is rapidly becoming crowded with vendors all looking to add value. 2B Advice has released the most recent version (7.0) of its software, emphasizing the support tools needed to build a privacy-aware culture.
In response to criticism over data collection practices, Google is introducing default deletion of location history in its web and application activities for new accounts.