The General Data Protection Act (LGPD) defines rules for all companies that collect, store and process personal data, that is, data from individuals in Brazil, regardless of their segment, size or revenue.
The legislation is inserted in a context of major technological advances that need progressive adjustments following the best global practices. However, personal data are not only in systems, it is also necessary to map the data collected from physical documents for proper adequacy regarding its use, treatment, storage and eventual disposal. In addition to understanding the purpose and need for personal data in the activities of companies.
Organizations have until August 2020 to meet LGPD requirements, at risk of a fine of up to 2% of the organization's revenues, limited to BRL 50 million per infraction. In this period of adequacy, there are several challenges, from the necessary engagement of the organization for culture change, to the mapping of data and identification of risks for process adequacy regarding the aspects of the legislation, in a personalized way and consistent with the organization structure.
- LGPD Assessment;
- Assisted Implementation;