Walk through this decision tree to uncover how many SARs you might expect to get, how complex your data environment is, and – ultimately – whether it likely is more cost-effective to automate SAR management.
In the face of continued consumer distrust over data privacy and a regulatory environment that remains uncertain, forward-thinking companies are building best practices for data stewardship – and creating a competitive advantage in the process.
On May 25th, Apple released a privacy portal to support their obligations under the GDPR. Just a few weeks ago, they released that portal to US users, ostensibly because it was just the right thing to do. Apple makes a point that it does not drive its business with user data, and this move is a direct response to that claim.
If the GDPR does not apply to your company, you can still benefit from implementing a solution for transparency, notice and consent around consumer data handling. A best practices privacy rights management system provides other advantages. For one, it gives you an opportunity to build a competitive advantage as an organization that deserves consumer trust. As another, it puts you a step ahead if (more likely, when) regulations are enacted that do apply to you.