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Managing resourcing for data protection compliance can be challenging and unpredictable. Our on-demand resourcing will provide your organisation with the expertise and capacity to comply with Subject Rights Requests (SRR) and personal data breaches in an effective manner.

We have proven processes, tools and templates that are coupled deep expertise in dealing with both challenging areas of compliance. We also have extensive experience engaging with regulators and data subjects on behalf of our clients.

Subject Access Request by PrivacyEngine

Managing a Subject Access Request (SAR) goes beyond simply answering a query

DSAR’s involve a comprehensive exploration through extensive data collected over time.

When you receive a SAR, you may find yourself navigating through vast amounts of materials in various formats. Your legal duty is to meticulously review this data collection, carefully perform SAR Redactions to remove personal information that does not pertain to the individual making the request, and determine which data must be protected and excluded from disclosure.

This thorough examination process can be overwhelming, often requiring significant time and resources. We excel in refining the SAR management process, delivering not only swift responses but also ensuring accuracy and strict adherence to compliance standards.

With our support, you can adeptly manage the complex demands of SARs, ensuring that your legal obligations are fulfilled flawlessly.

Frequently Asked Questions

about Subject Access Requests and Personal Data Breach Management

What is Subject Rights Requests and Personal Data Breach Management offered by PrivacyEngine?

Subject Access Requests and Personal Data Breach Management from PrivacyEngine is a comprehensive solution that assists organizations in effectively managing requests from individuals to exercise their data privacy rights and handling data breaches in compliance with relevant regulations.

Why do organizations need Subject Access Requests and Personal Data Breach Management from PrivacyEngine?

Organisations are legally obligated to respond to individuals’ requests to access, rectify, or delete their personal data. Additionally, data breaches can have serious consequences. This service ensures organizations handle these aspects accurately, minimizing risks and maintaining compliance.

How does Subject Access Requests and Personal Data Breach Management work in PrivacyEngine?

This service involves the following components:

  • Subject Access Requests: The system facilitates the process of receiving, verifying, and responding to individuals’ requests, ensuring timely and accurate handling.
  • Data Breach Management: It assists in identifying, assessing, containing, and reporting data breaches as required by regulations.

What benefits does Subject Access Requests and Personal Data Breach Management provide?

This service offers several benefits:

  • Efficiency: Streamlining the handling of subject rights requests and breach management processes, saving time and resources.
  • Compliance: Ensuring that requests are handled in accordance with data protection regulations and that breaches are reported appropriately.
  • Risk Mitigation: Minimizing the potential impact of data breaches and maintaining individuals’ trust.
  • Transparency: Demonstrating accountability by providing clear records of how requests and breaches are managed.
  • Expert Guidance: Leveraging PrivacyEngine’s expertise to navigate complex compliance requirements.

Is Subject Access Requests and Personal Data Breach Management suitable for all industries?

Yes, this service is applicable to organizations across various industries that handle personal data. Any entity subject to data protection regulations and vulnerable to data breaches can benefit from efficient subject rights request handling and robust data breach management. The service can be tailored to accommodate industry-specific requirements and regulations.

Can organisations refuse to respond to a SAR?

Organisations must provide a reason for refusal and inform the individual of their right to complain to a supervisory authority. They can refuse to respond to a SAR if it is manifestly unfounded, excessive, or repetitive.

The Benefits

  • On demand resourcing to match surges in numbers of SRRs or personal data breaches
  • 24/7 support for high-risk personal data breaches
  • Extensive expertise in assessing breach risk levels and reporting obligations
  • Detailed understanding of SRR requirements and exemptions
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““We are particularly impressed with the outstanding levels of direct support and assistance provided by the great team at PrivacyEngine.””

Fiachra Barrett

Information Compliance Officer, SEAI Ireland

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