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Last Updated on November 19, 2023
The Swiss Federal Act on Data Protection (FADP) originally dates back to June 19, 1992. It applies to data processing activities carried out by businesses, organizations, federal authorities, and natural persons that process data in the context of business activities.
The FADP has undergone a thorough overhaul to account for technical and legislative changes, especially to bring it in line with the requirements of the GDPR, which are crucial for enterprises that share personal data with organizations in the EU.
On September 25, 2020, the Swiss parliament officially approved the new FADP. The Swiss Federal Council will soon determine the new FADP's effective date. The revisions to the new FADP bring its provisions closer to those of the GDPR, expand procedural standards, and improve individual rights. The revised FADP is expected to come into effect in 2023.
Even though the Swiss Federal Constitution's Article 13 guarantees the right to privacy, a dedicated data protection law (Federal Act on Data Protection) introduces several rules that safeguard the personal information of data subjects.
Securiti enables organizations to comply with the Swiss Federal Act on Data Protection (FADP) through AI-driven PI data discovery, DSR automation, documented accountability, enhanced visibility into data processing activities, and AI-driven process automation.
Securiti supports enterprises in their journey toward compliance with the Swiss Federal Act on Data Protection (FADP) through automation, enhanced data visibility, and identity linking.
See how our comprehensive PrivacyOps platform helps you comply with various sections of the Swiss Federal Act on Data Protection (FADP).
Request a demo today to learn how Securiti can aid you and your organization's compliance efforts.
Seamlessly fulfill data subject access requests made by data subjects regarding their personal data being processed by verifying the identity of the data subject making the DSR request, discovering systems that hold data subject’s personal data and their owners, and generating DSR reports to respond within stipulated timelines.
Automated data subject verification procedures can quickly and accurately process requests for data rectification across all instances where the subject's personal information is stored.
Articles: 4(5) + 6(2)(b) 17(2)(c)
Monitor consent status across all organizational units. Keep track of consent preferences and honor consent revocation adequately and immediately. Demonstrate consent compliance with the help of updated and comprehensive audit trails.
Articles: 4(5) + 17(c)
Automatically classify cookies and tags found on the company's web assets. Create customizable cookie banners to display banners as per the applicable geographical requirements, gather consent, and offer a preference center to users to honor their cookie preferences immediately and adequately.
Articles 6 + 10(a)
From a single interface, track, monitor, and control each service provider's privacy and security readiness. Identify data risks and remediate discovered vendor risks.
Article 7 + 12(1)
Implement measures to adequately protect personal data against unauthorized processing and unlawful breach of the privacy of the data subjects.
Articles: 8 + 14 + 18(a)
Automate compliance actions and breach notifications to concerned stakeholders regarding security incidents by leveraging a knowledge database on security incident diagnosis and response.
Article 5 + 11(3)
Ensure records of data processing activities across on-premise, and multi-cloud environments are maintained systematically and accurately. Periodically update data records to ensure correct data is available against its rightful owner.
At Securiti, our mission is to enable enterprises to safely harness the incredible power of data and the cloud by controlling the complex security, privacy and compliance risks.
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