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British Columbia's Personal Information Protection Act (PIPA) came into effect on January 1, 2004. PIPA applies to private sector entities in British Columbia, including persons, unincorporated associations, trade unions, and trust or non-profit organizations that collect, use, or disclose personal information.
The purpose of PIPA is to govern the collection, use, or disclosure of personal information by organizations for ‘reasonable’ purposes in a manner that protects the rights of data subjects. PIPA gives individuals the right to access any personal information collected on them by an organization and request corrections to this collected information in case of any error or omission.
British Columbia’s PIPA places varied obligations on organizations handling individuals' personal data, including ensuring purpose limitation and data minimization, notifying data subjects before collection of data regarding the purposes of collection and the contact details of the controller’s representative, ensuring accuracy and security of personal information, and developing privacy policies and a complaint redressal mechanism.
Securiti is a pioneer in providing data security, privacy, compliance, and governance solutions with products ranging from automated data discovery and DSR automation to data lineage and universal consent management, to name a few.
These and a plethora of similar solutions are backed up by state-of-the-art artificial intelligence and machine-learning-based algorithms, making Securiti an ideal option for organizations that want to achieve effective and efficient compliance with British Columbia's Personal Information Protection Act (PIPA).
PIPA Sections: 4(2), 4(3)
Automate regular internal assessments of all your organization's data processing activities and processes to ensure their continued compliance with the legal requirements while making timely changes to address any identified blindspots.
PIPA Sections: 26, 27, 29, 30
Automate the fulfillment of all received consumer data requests and gain real-time updates on the status of each request via the central dashboard. The use of Securiti’s DSR workbench will significantly reduce the risk of compliance violations and reduce the workforce required to comply with all the requests.
PIPA Sections: 6, 7, 8, 9, 13(2), 16(2), 19(2)
Gain effective compliance with PIPA's consent-related obligations by monitoring and tracking users' consent status via the central dashboard. With this, you can ensure that no data processing, or transfer to third parties occurs in contravention of the legal requirements.
PIPA Section: 34
Automate data breach response notifications to all concerned stakeholders in a compliant manner with all the necessary information as soon as legally required.
PIPA Section: 4(2)
Gain visibility into your organization's third-party vendors' processing activities concerning the shared data to ensure compliance with the necessary legal requirements.
PIPA Sections: 6, 7, 8, 9
Automate your organization's cookie consent management, ensuring all usage of cookies across your data infrastructure complies with the necessary legal requirements. Build customizable cookie banners, collect consent, and provide a preference center.
PIPA Sections: 4(5), 5, 8(3)(a), 10, 13(3), 16(3), 18(1)(k), 19(3), 20(3)(c)
PIPA Section: 35(1)
Automate the process of maintaining detailed records of relevant data processing activities to ensure compliance with the necessary legal requirements.
PIPA Section: 4(2)
Gain continuous and real-time insights into your organization's various data processing-related activities via the central dashboard to maintain compliance with all necessary legal requirements.
Here are the data subject rights guaranteed by PIPA:
Here are some essential facts about British Columbia's PIPA:
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