You don’t do anything because ‘it’s ok, no one comes to check anyway.’
You learn about a data leak directly from a person who complains to the Authority (they received an email from an employee of yours with an attachment that should not have come to him, becomes suspicious and agitated).
Who knows how many leaks may have been that you do not know to this very day. You realize you’re totally exposed in the event of a check.
Eventually, someone actually comes to check… BUMMER!!
No one comes to check it, but the targeted person insists and goes around badmouthing you and posting on Facebook about the whole story.
Nu vine nimeni în control, dar începi totuși trăiești cu frica în sân.
We’re sorry if the above scenarios seem out of line. It is the best way we could find to illustrate the very real risks that an institution or SME are exposing to if they choose to disregard the proper processing of personal data.
To prevent such situations, we created the GDPR Monitor
The application that automatically records
the processing of personal data
Created to respond to the need to highlight and monitor the processing of personal data – according to art. 30 par. 1 and 2 of the Regulation.
• Automatically monitors in real time all personal data processing on your computer network
• It helps you promptly identify vulnerabilities and security breaches
• Notifies you in the event of potential data processing irregularities
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GDPR Monitor evaluation form
Some examples of functionality and how they
will help you in the event of a breach
1. Let's say you want to know exactly when an employee has worked on a specific invoice, or a customer list, or any other document containing personal data.
In this case, you have handy reports that tell you which files, documents, applications each employee worked with. You also have a search feature that can instantly find the document, the employee, and the date he/she worked with that specific document.
2. You want to know, in real time, when an employee is working a specific task on a particular document, or a particular web or desktop application.
In this case, you can set an alert that will notify you by e-mail about the fact that, for example, different invoices have been copied by employee X on a memory stick.
3. You want to have a daily overview of all your employees' operations on their computers.
Again, file reports, documents, and applications may be of use to you. All you have to do is export and print these reports and add them to your GDPR compliance file.
The full list of GDPR Monitor functionalities
File monitoring (on fixed or mobile devices, in cloud)
The complete report of Internet activity
Records of all printed documents
Documents processing and operation
Activity in apps and application windows
Alert potential risks
Different access levels to the collected information