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Proteus® NextGen Data Privacy™ provides everything you need to manage your data privacy
compliance programme in order to avoid a data breach. It really is the Gold Standard
of data privacy. Rated above our main competitors, Proteus NextGen supports GDPR, CCPA, LGPD,
PDPA, RGPD and will include future privacy standards too.
In-built Privacy Impact Assessments & Data Privacy Impact Assessments (PIA/DPIA) automate parts of the process to enable the DPO to perform mapping of personal data and assess what personal sensitive data exists, how and why it is processed, and more importantly, how it is secured.
Proteus was the first company to launch a GDPR-specific software tool, Proteus®GDPReady™ which, according to our clients, is by far the most complete and comprehensive GDPR tool in the marketplace.
GDPR took a giant step forward in updating data privacy standards and set the new benchmark worldwide. Whilst there are now many more data standards being prepared and introduced in countries around the world, so far all appear to be based largely upon the principles of GDPR, albeit with local emphasis (eg the CCPA’s focus on onward selling of consumer lists).
Providing a solution to the multi-standards question is only the first part of NextGen. Data breaches are here to stay whether we like it or not. Meaningful fines though are new. As is growing consumer awareness of their rights. Not just the right to see, correct and delete data, but also the right to compensation for infringements. It seems unlikely that the sizes of the fines or consumer compensations will decrease, so prevention is the best course of action. Proteus® NextGen Data Privacy™ introduces continuous control monitoring. Having considered the causes of many well publicised breaches over the years, what becomes clear is that it is often not the new attack that is the cause, but rather the failure of a simple measure or control that should have prevented the breach from occurring or at least caught it sooner. Proteus® NextGen Data Privacy™ tests the controls applicable for privacy compliance and update the risk score accordingly. Failed controls can be seen and responded to before data breaches occur. That is the second important component of NextGen.
But NextGen doesn’t end there. Consumer consent is an increasingly complex subject. You only have to browse the web for a few minutes to be confronted with consent engines that are annoying and do not achieve the requirements of the GDPR. Block-chain technology opens up a new world of possibilities for consent management and Proteus will introduce a block-chain consent management capability into its NextGen Data Privacy™ solution later this year. Proteus®GDPReady™ was out of the blocks first and Proteus® NextGen Data Privacy™ continues to lead the way.
With many years of experience in the business, our team knows how to support our customers
Chris is the Sales Director, founding partner and owner of Proteus-Cyber. Passionate about customer satisfaction, Chris would like to discuss with you how our privacy platform could help your business become compliant with emerging privacy legislation.
John is the Managing Director, founding partner and owner of Proteus-Cyber. He is an expert in encryption and security systems with over 25 years’ experience architecting specialist IT systems.
Craig is the Proteus® GRCyber™ software architect, founding partner and owner. His knowledge of cross-platform architectures and large scale web-based applications has particular relevance to the Proteus® GRCyber™ development program he has led.