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Last Updated on September 28, 2023
In November 2020, the European Commission released a draft of the new Data Governance Act. This came as a result of the 2020 European Data Strategy that aims to facilitate data sharing across sectors and member states.
Data altruism, enhanced obligations for data intermediaries, restriction of non-personal data transfer, secure processing environment, and increased obligations related to the reuse of certain categories of protected public-sector data including personal data are some of the highlights of the Data Governance Act.
The DGA defines new rules for trading data and prohibits tying intermediation services with other services such as cloud storage or business analytics. The DGA has been published in the Official Journal of the EU, to enter into effect on 23 June 2022. The Act will apply in full form from 24 September 2023.
With a wide range of compliance automation products that include PI data discovery, data categorization, documented accountability, and AI-process automation, Securiti can help you achieve compliance with the EU Data Governance Act.
The DGA requires data intermediary services providers to comply with the provisions of the GDPR in connection to the data subject’s rights fulfillment. Our dedicated team of experts consistently monitors and studies the EU Data Governance Act to ensure your business practices align with its provisions as well as enable you to comply with the provisions of the GDPR and the Data Governance Act.
Securiti's products are backed by its renowned artificial intelligence and machine learning-based algorithms based on the PrivacyOps platform that has made Securiti a pioneer in providing data governance and compliance solutions.
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Data intermediation services providers can choose from a wide array of pre-build customized DSR intake forms to ensure timely and efficient fulfillment of data subject requests and reduce chances of data sprawl.
Furthermore, prevent any chances of identity fraud and PI theft via automated linking of identity to personal data using AI.
Articles: 12(n) & 25(3)
Identify all the consent collection points based on the users' online journey and ensure consent status remains updated across the organization's systems.
With our Consent Management Tool, data intermediation services providers can provide data subjects and data holders tools to consent and withdraw permissions to specific data processing operations in compliance with the requirements of the GDPR and the Data Governance Act.
Articles: 12(o) & 20(1)
Have an automated and updated record of the data intermediation activity. You can maintain accurate records including the date and duration of the processing of the personal data as well as the purposes of the processing. Furthermore, derive insights about identities, PI data, residencies, and data location and generate reports on how best to deal with any compliance risks.
Have a proactive data breach response plan in place that enables you to notify legal persons whose rights and interests may be affected in the event of an unauthorized re-use of data. Additionally, get detailed insights related to the impacted users and the nature of the breach to make appropriate changes and modifications to your existing data security mechanisms.
Articles: 12(k) & Article 12(m)
Generate detailed, easy-to-read, and comprehensible privacy notices from a range of pre-existing templates to ensure all users are adequately informed about the types of data to be processed, the purposes of data processing, and whether the data will be transmitted to third parties.
Our Privacy Notice Creation & Management Solution enables you to inform data holders about any access or use of data in a transparent and easily accessible manner.
Articles: 12(l) and 21(4)
Securiti’s Data Intelligence enables you to understand data risk profiles, identify emerging risk areas and implement necessary controls relevant to the particular kinds of data processing.
This ultimately allows organizations to have technical security controls in place in order to ensure an appropriate level of security for the storage and processing of data including the protection of sensitive and confidential data.
Here are some important facts to know about the EU Data Governance Act:
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.