PrivacyCheq's ConsentCheq CDK Delivers Technical Tools

By CIOReview | Monday, April 25, 2016
Roy Smith, CEO, PrivacyCheq

Roy Smith, CEO, PrivacyCheq

YORK, PA: PrivacyCheq has brought out a new privacy compliance service, ConsentCheq Compliance Development Kit (CDK) that delivers a complete set of technical tools and sample models for Enterprise Data Privacy Officers (DPOs) and their consultants. The development kit ultimately reduces the time and efforts required to prototype and optimize compliance with latest EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

To fulfill the GDPR compliance standards, businesses that implement domestic customer’s profile can gain insight into user’s personal data, with the ability to manage those data. Users can process, retrieve and manipulate their data. Users can also get regular alert and notifications in case of any security glitches or flaws. Since the user interaction is a new concept altogether, enterprises who seek GDPR compliance will have to incorporate some technical changes to their apps and websites, as per GDPR’s ‘data protection by design’ mandate.

The cloud based tools are leveraged by ConsentCheq CDK to fulfil GDPR requirements and consent compliance, specifically Articles 6, 7, 8, 11, 15, 16, 17, 20, 21, 34, and 53. Demonstration of a variety of potential multi-lingual compliance scenarios are given by implementing the library of working models for both non-identified and identified adult users, as well as children under varying age groups and their parental guardians. ConsentCheq CDK license offers 6 months of unlimited access to ConsentCheq cloud services, in order to inspire scrupulous testing and optimization.

"When optimal compliance strategies for all user touchpoints have been tested, proven and are ready to deploy, an enterprise can choose to build their own compliance backend technology or continue using ConsentCheq's Amazon AWS-based SAAS infrastructure, built to handle hundreds of millions of daily API requests, easily handling the traffic demands of even the largest enterprises," says Roy Smith, CEO, PrivacyCheq.