Collect & Report GDPR Consents. Become Compliant In Seconds.
Solutions For GDPR Compliance
How Techsign DOC Can Help You
Collect and Report GDPR Consents?
Techsign DOC offers a special package for businesses that want GDPR permission. With this package, you can create your contracts and automate them as templates; ask your customers for permission from the internet and in the store; You can store the permissions securely and report them to the authorities we are integrated with.
Create GDPR Information Text Template
The service provider uploads the GDPR Information Text and selects the permissions they ask to receive from customers by placing checkboxes on the text.
Get Consents Both In Store And Online
The service provider may receive face-to-face approval from customers in the store or branch, or request remotely via SMS and email. Get verifiable & legally binding signatures.
Directly Report Consents Via Platform
Techsign GDPR works integrated with APIs published by regional gdpr auditing authorities. In this way, service providers report their approvals instantly and became compliant.
Most General Privacy & Security Law In the World
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the most general privacy and security law in the world. Drafted and passed by the European Union (EU), it imposes obligations onto organizations anywhere, so long as they target or collect data related to people. Adapted by many countries, the GDPR will levy harsh fines against those who violate its standards, with penalties of really high amounts.
This regulation is the representation of the firm stance of countries on data privacy and security at a time when more people are entrusting their personal data with cloud services and breaches are a daily occurrence. The regulation itself is large, far-reaching, and fairly light on specifics, making GDPR compliance a daunting prospect, particularly for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
GDPR Development Process
The right to privacy is part of the 1950 European Convention on Human Rights, which states, “Everyone has the right to respect for his private and family life, his home and his correspondence.” From this basis, the European Union has sought to ensure the protection of this right through legislation.
Technology progressed and the Internet was invented, the EU recognized the need for modern protections. So in 1995 it passed the European Data Protection Directive, establishing minimum data privacy and security standards, upon which each member state based its own implementing law. But already the Internet was morphing into the data Hoover it is today. In 1994, the first banner ad appeared online. In 2000, a majority of financial institutions offered online banking. In 2006, Facebook opened to the public. In 2011, a Google user sued the company for scanning her emails. Two months after that, Europe’s data protection authority declared the EU needed “a comprehensive approach on personal data protection” and work began to update the 1995 directive.
The GDPR entered into force in 2016 after passing European Parliament, and as of May 25, 2018, all organizations were required to be compliant.
- Lawfulness, fairness and transparency — Processing must be lawful, fair, and transparent to the data subject.
- Purpose limitation — You must process data for the legitimate purposes specified explicitly to the data subject when you collected it.
- Data minimization — You should collect and process only as much data as absolutely necessary for the purposes specified.
- Accuracy — You must keep personal data accurate and up to date.
- Storage limitation — You may only store personally identifying data for as long as necessary for the specified purpose.
- Integrity and confidentiality — Processing must be done in such a way as to ensure appropriate security, integrity, and confidentiality (e.g. by using encryption).
- Accountability — The data controller is responsible for being able to demonstrate GDPR compliance with all of these principles.
Below, listed the privacy rights of the data owner;
- The right to be informed
- The right of access
- The right to rectification
- The right to erasure
- The right to restrict processing
- The right to data portability
- The right to object
- Rights in relation to automated decision making and profiling.
Become Compliant with GDPR With Ease. Protect Your Business and Customer.
Institutions are fined in large sums if they do not comply with the GDPR regulation. While interaxting with clients, whether in the store or over the internet, the necessary permissions must be obtained from the customer regarding data usage. You can quickly and safely and easily comply with the regulation by using Techsign DOC to obtain the permissions safely and verifiably, store them and report them to the authorities.
- GDPR Consent Template Creation For Process Automation
- In-store & Remote Signing
- Verifiable, Certified & Legally Binding eSignatures
- Secure Consent Storage
- Direct Consent Reporting From Platform
- Follow Instant Status Of Consent Requests
- In-Store Screen Transfer For Cashiers