GDPR compliance is a must if you are based in the European Union or deal with customers in the European Union. The Datavault Builder supports you in setting up your data analytics in a compliant way.
By starting with the business model, we can involve the right people from the beginning who are able to answer questions about sensitivity and data ownership.
By integrating all data sources, the PII data of the entire company can be overviewed.
By implementing full data integration, historization, and harmonization of data, all your documentation is created by Datavault Builder.
A critical part of GDPR compliance is understanding where your data is coming from and who is using it. Datavault Builder helps you by automatically generating an understandable data sequence that you can view within our solution, but also share with your reporting tools and other data management solutions.
GDPR is a challenge for modern analytics. Leverage solutions that help you become GRPC compliant.
Together with our technical partner Ellie, we will show you how PII data can also be tagged in external tools by your business users at modeling time and automatically converted to separate locations in your data warehouse.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a regulation in EU law on data protection and privacy for all individuals within the European Union (EU) and the European Economic Area (EEA). It also addresses the export of personal data outside the EU and EEA. The GDPR came into effect on May 25, 2018, and replaces the 1995 EU Data Protection Directive.
The GDPR is relevant for companies because it sets out strict rules for the collection, use, and protection of personal data. It gives individuals the right to control how their personal data is used and requires companies to be transparent about how they collect and use personal data.
Under the GDPR, personal data is defined as any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person. This includes information such as a person’s name, address, email address, and IP address, as well as more sensitive information such as genetic data and biometric data.
The GDPR applies to any company that processes the personal data of individuals in the EU and EEA, regardless of where the company is based. This means that even if a company is based outside of the EU or EEA, it must still comply with the GDPR if it processes the personal data of individuals in the EU or EEA.
The GDPR imposes strict penalties for non-compliance, including fines of up to €20 million or 4% of the company’s annual global revenue, whichever is greater. As a result, it is important for companies to understand their obligations under the GDPR and to implement appropriate measures to ensure compliance.