A business must provide the consumer with information on the categories and specifics of personal information that they collect, including details on its sale and disclosure to third parties.
When requested to do so by a consumer, a business must provide a copy of the personal information that they hold on them.
When requested to do so by a consumer, a business must delete personal information that they hold on them.
Businesses must not discriminate against a consumer who is exercising any of their rights under the law.
Consumers must be able to opt-out from the disclosure and sale of their personal information to third parties.
The Data X-Ray connects to your datasource in seconds and keeps track of where your data is and how it is being processed so that you can prove your compliance over time.
Once you have found where data is, you need to do something about it. The Data X-Ray includes workflow labeling tools to tag data for deletion, create issues for particular records, and find individuals across multiple datasources simultaneously.
Process means that you establish a methodology and ensure that you are following that methodology over time. Ohalo can help you do both by first discussing what your privacy policies and internal data management processes should look like. We help you enforce and track those processes with the Data X-Ray data discovery and mapping tool.
In the event of an audit or--in the worst case--legal action, it is critical that you are able to establish an audit trail of how you have been managing your data over time. The Data X-Ray automatically keeps track of this over time and this data is available in an easy to access report and periodic emails. You can also output the report data through any existing visualization or business intelligence tools that you may be using.