If you are responsible for responding to data Subject Access Requests (SAR) it could be costing you far more than you realise.”
Working closely with Law Firms, DPO’s, Local Authorities and the Healthcare sector, we created this White Paper to discuss and review the challenges you might face with a Subject Access Request (SAR), and how these can be addressed.
David Rivett, Nalanda’s COO says,
If you are responsible for responding to data Subject Access Requests (SAR) it could be costing you far more than you realise. A review of SAR processes often shows just how much time is taken to prepare the data, even before the task of applying redaction has begun. Add to this a 30-day deadline and possible fines for non-compliance, responding to SARs is becoming a problem for most organisations.”
Whilst there are numerous software tools available to help search for relevant files as well as redaction software that will ‘blackline’ data within a single document, most of these are designed for use by IT staff. Trying to ‘package’ these tools together in order that less technical users can utilise them when processing SARs is a big challenge, often leading to frustrations when data protection officers find that it is impossible to do their job efficiently.
This White Paper looks at-
- Challenges organisations face completing a SAR response
- Consequences of non-compliance with GDPR
- Collating data & redacting Personally identifiable information (PII)
- Overcoming these challenges & effectively managing your SARs
Download the White Paper and learn more about how to effectively manage your SAR responses, spending less time, effort, and resources on them, to meet your compliance requirements with ease.