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On March 23, 2021, the parliament of Zambia formally enacted the Data Protection Act No. 3 of 2021 (DPA). The DPA provides a framework for collecting, using, and processing personal data, including storage and transfer, accords protections to personal data and sets out the rights of data subjects.
The DPA establishes the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner, which is responsible for the regulation of data protection and privacy in Zambia. Further, the DPA imposes responsibilities on data controllers and processors with respect to the protection of the personal information of data subjects.
Amongst other obligations, the DPA mandates data controllers and processors to respect the rights of data subjects, and follow the principles of lawfulness, fairness, transparency, purpose limitation, data minimization, storage limitation, and integrity and confidentiality of personal data.
The DPA provides for penalties in the form of fines and imprisonment in the event of its contravention.
Securiti is a renowned market leader providing enterprise data compliance and governance solutions, due to its PI data discovery, DSR automation, documented accountability, and AI-process automation features, among others.
These data solutions 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 Zambia's Data Protection Act.
Request a demo today to learn how Securiti can aid you and your organization's compliance efforts.
While all requests in relation to data subject rights can easily be automated, organizations have the added benefit of having all such requests streamlined and easily viewable via a singular dashboard, allowing you to keep track of them in real-time.
All rectification requests can be automated with the option to view their real-time status via the central dashboard.
All erasure requests made by users can be automated with the option to view their real-time status via the central dashboard.
Sections 15(8), 15(9), 61, 63
The framework for handling all objections and restriction of processing requests can be automated with the option to view their real-time status via the central dashboard.
Sections 13, 15, 16(2)(b), 17, 53, 71(1)(a)
Monitor users' consent status related to the organization's various data processing activities from the central dashboard. This allows the organization to ensure that all its data processing activities are fully compliant with the regulatory requirements and any processing, or transfer, sharing, or selling of data can only occur once the user has consented adequately to it.
Sections 12, 46, 47, 50, 51, 53
By conducting regular periodic internal assessments, organizations can continuously monitor the effectiveness of their data-related processes while identifying gaps to be remedied.
Sections 45, 51(2)
Map data to its correct owners and maintain updated records of data processing activities. Automate incoming and outgoing data transfers while generating detailed reports to ensure all such transfers comply with regulatory requirements.
Automate the data breach response notifications and the necessary follow-up measures in connection to security incidents by leveraging a knowledge database on security incident diagnosis and response.
Sections 47(4), 49(2), 52
Monitor the data processing activities of third-party vendors to ensure their practices comply with the legal requirements.
Sections 13, 15, 16(1)(b), 17, 61
Automatically scan and categorize cookies and similar tracking technologies in order to obtain data subjects’ consent as well as allow data subjects to update their cookie consent preferences at any time via cookie consent preference centers.
Sections 12, 15(3), 53(3), 57, 58(3), 64, 66, 78(2)
Automatically generate privacy policies that reflect your organization's compliance with the appropriate regulatory requirements by adequately informing the users about your data processing practices.
Here are the key rights guaranteed by Zambia’s Data Protection Act:
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