CYTRIO has introduced a data privacy UX platform. It includes consent and preference management, do not sell personal information, data subject access request (DSAR) management, and policy templates in one data privacy compliance platform.
Businesses of all sizes comply with the ePrivacy Directive, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), and more.
The CYTRIO Data Privacy Platform reduces DSAR response times from days to minutes, saving companies response costs. The platform now includes a consent manager, consent preferences manager, customizable cookie banner generator, automatic cookie scanner, do not sell personal information, and policy templates.
“Failure to comply with these stringent regulations can result in hefty fines, damage to brand reputation, loss of customer trust and loss of business. For less than $100 a month, you can be compliant with data privacy laws in minutes,” Basani continues.
Individuals effectively own their personal information, have legal rights to control it, and determine who can use it and for what purposes. Following GDPR and California, several states will begin enforcing new privacy laws in 2023, including Colorado, Connecticut, Utah and Virginia, with more to follow.
Regardless of where their business is headquartered or based, most businesses will need to implement a data privacy program that includes comprehensive consent and preference management, DSAR management, and privacy and cookie notices.
Businesses must take appropriate steps to provide transparent information to their customers and prospects. This allows individuals to lawfully consent to the setting of cookies and similar tracking technologies while responding to data requests.
SEOptiks CEO Matthew Barden said:
“CYTRIO is leading the way in cost-effectively simplifying and automating complex data privacy compliance for businesses of all sizes. Our new privacy UX platform has been well received by our team and our customers.” I would say,” continues Barden.
According to the fifth and most recent research report released by CYTRIO, as of December 31, 2022, 92% of businesses across all industries, states and business sizes are not CCPA and CPRA ready, and 91% are not GDPR ready and are using time-consuming investigations. A manual process prone to errors.
Pursuant to the ePrivacy Directive, GDPR, CCPA, and CPRA, businesses that collect and process personal data from consumers must consent and obtain explicit consent to process personal data.
Companies make it easy for individuals to withdraw or change consent at any time, block installation of cookies and other trackers without consent, and disclose first and third party cookies before installing cookies or trackers. need to do it.
Businesses should also keep detailed records of consent, respond to requests in a timely manner, and allow individuals to opt out of the sale of personal data.