Software for GDPR
No more self-composed excel documents. With Qnister GDPR, we guide you through the data protection regulation and create the registers for handling personal data you need by law. It includes ongoing monitoring of legal development and template documents, and you get everything gathered in one place. It doesn´t get simpler than that.
- Easy to follow, step by step
- Multiple levels of licence
- Two separate modules
- Developed by corporate lawyers
Trusted by more than 500 companies
Gather your GDPR work
Keep records and documentation of data protection work in one place.
- Policies and routine documents
- Collaborate with colleagues
- Article 30-register is created
Ensure review and follow-up
Streamline and quality assure the follow-up of your data protection work.
- Proposal for action
- Current situation analyzes and annual reports
- Guidance in reviewing agreements and documents
Support for the personal data controller
The tool provides support in living up to the liability – i.e., to be able to show that the requirements according to the GDPR are complied with.
- Checklists, templates and contracts
- Tailor-made recommendations
- Hire us as your DSO
What is GDPR?
GDPR – The Data Protection Regulation
The Data Protection Regulation entered into force in 2018 and entails protection for physical persons with regard to the processing of personal data.
We keep you updated on GDPR
As a user of Qnister GDPR, you get the latest news and updates on data protection directly to your inbox. We keep you updated on what's happening in the world of GDPR, so you don't have to.
We do external monitoring on everything regarding data protection and personal data, and send our members what's important, for example new guidances, latest news around Europe and current verdicts.
Hire us as your DPO
Let Qnister act on your behalf as a Data Protection Officer in your organization. We have data protection specialists with many years of experience working with personal data management.
Many organizations that handle personal data are, according to the GDPR, required to appoint a DPO, short for Data Protection Officer. The overall and most important task of a DPO is to monitor that the organization complies with the GDPR and to act as a contact person to the data subjects.
Important to keep in mind is that the DPO must be able to work independently and not handle personal data within the organization. Another important part is that the DPO should have good knowledge of the GDPR and how it affects the organization.
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What does GDPR mean for a company?
As a company, you need to meet the requirements set out in the GDPR. This means, among other things, to follow the general principles, ensuring that all...Read more
Who should comply with the GDPR?
All businesses that process personal data must comply with the GDPR. It applies to companies, associations, organizations, authorities, and (in some cases) natural persons.Read more
What is personal data?
Personal data is all data that can be used to identify a living person. For example, social security number, address, name, account number, etc. Also...Read more