GDPR Compliance Solutions
Make your Enterprise Software GDPR Ready
We make powerful software solutions compliant with latest GDPR Regulations.
Implementation of the European Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) takes effect on May 25, 2018. Therefore, companies that use European personal data must follow complex data protection processes. Violation of compliance can result in penalties of 4% of annual sales or EUR 20 million (whichever is higher).
With 9Melon, you can schedule required assets to be regularly inspected to maintain required patches and minimize attack surface. For example, if WannaCry Ransomware exploits this vulnerability, our software’s vulnerability scanning helps identify vulnerable systems and patches and isolates sensitive data.
In case of violation, our software’s security log management function ensures that incident logs are required to meet the statutory surveillance level required by GDPR regulations.
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We provide full compliance with GDPR restrictions on personal data, providing a way to properly classify the data it owns and create a fully documented solution for handling activities and business processes.
Communication is a strategic for violations. Use our software’s powerful reporting capabilities to provide compliance status and progress reports for all targets and fully meet the disclosure requirements of data entities.
Our GDPR solution effectively communicates and enforces compliance policies, principles and procedures across the enterprise. Investigate readiness and regular training to promote personal involvement.
You can integrate risk awareness into your business operations by integrating impact analysis, risk assessment, and mitigation into your business processes. You can use event tracking to see where your energy is heading.
Use our GDPR solution to implement the privacy requirements of each design, coordinate and synchronize all aspects of the enterprise with planned changes, and assess, cooperate, and work on the impact of GDPR on the digital strategy.