Due Diligence for mapping data is a risk investigation for companies that contract third-party services. Under the new data protection law, it is also required that Due Diligence includes an analysis and protection of data for the company to be hired.
Creation of standardized procedures and workflows to deal with personal data and so that employees only have access to data related to their specific business functions (controlled levels of access).
The Personal Data Protection Impact Report is on the leading tools to demonstrate LGPD conformity. It is a document that describes the personal data processing procedures that can generate a risk to the rights of owners, as well as the measures and mechanisms employed to mitigate such risks.
Analysis of all internal procedures and data from outsourced companies to ensure conformity with all the LGPD guidelines, preventing damage to the company.
The LGPD requires constant monitoring and diligence and rapid action in the event of any data breaches. Technology plays a major role, such as the use of encryption. However, it is not the only solution. A combination of security techniques, workflows, internal education and access control, among others, are necessary.
To complete implementation of the compliance system for the protection of company data, all the employees must engage in the process, thus the importance of hosting lectures and internal training to instruct and qualify all those part of the organization.