You might have thought that the topic of GDPR would have dropped down the agenda a little since it finally entered into force on 25 May 2018. However, it's becoming increasingly clear from the offerings at CEBIT just how much more still needs to be done to help businesses understand and implement this much-discussed legislation. The software experts at cobra feel it's time they stepped up to the plate. Their latest version of "cobra 2018 DATENSCHUTZ-ready" offers uncertain companies the help they need to navigate the jungle of regulations safely and in full compliance!
"Over the last 20 months, the whole team has worked flat-out on GDPR with specialist IT lawyers, and given its all to the development process. Our team is made up of fully trained data protection specialists who offer our customers the best possible advice on software matters. We also put our software through months of testing and it has been certified as such for implementing GDPR requirements," says Jürgen Litz, Managing Director of cobra GmbH. cobra Version 2018 provides an incredibly simple means of identifying and configuring personal data. Details regarding sources and purposes can be assigned to individuals and, if necessary, called up to satisfy obligations to provide supporting evidence. If a data subject wants to exercise their right to access their personal data, all it takes is the touch of a button. Furthermore, users will be able to delete data records that are due to be expunged - such as when the purpose of their use has expired - either on an immediate ad-hoc basis or after a set delay in line with an integrated deletion timetable. Following deletion, blocking notes can be implemented and addresses placed on a blocked list so that they are not re-imported.