Maintain GDPR compliance with a suite of user-friendly web tools.

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If you’re going to play by the rules, it helps to have someone who knows them.

Collecting personal data is practically a requirement for doing business or running an organisation today. But because individual rights can easily be overlooked or violated in the process, how organisations treat personal data within the EU is governed by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Any organisation that does not maintain compliance risks facing substantial fines and a damaged reputation.

At Draftit Privacy, our mission is to make sure organisations are informed about the law, because the more you know about how personal data should be handled, the more valuable it becomes and the easier it will be to use it to gain a competitive edge.

All the applications in our software suite are designed to help you and your organisation improve your data protection procedures in order to achieve and maintain GDPR compliance.

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Part of a family of companies

Draftit Privacy is one of four in a family of legal tech companies. Just like us, our sister companies are all experts in compliance – each specialising in a different legal field. In addition to our privacy software, Draftit offers services and solutions within the fields of HR & Management, Salaries & Taxation and School Management in Sweden.

Our mother company grew out of a desire to make knowledge about the law and IT available to a wider audience and help them make the right decisions. From the beginning, we wanted our customers to feel like they had an expert in the room next to them. In 2003 Draftit was born as an online portal for legal advice, and soon after launched Draftit HR. Over the next 10 years the company opened offices across the Nordics. Along the way we’ve relied on the expertise of some of the best lawyers we could find in their respective niche areas. No product is launched without their input or review. Thanks to this successful strategy we now have 80,000 users.

Draftit Privacy is currently experiencing rapid growth, with operations in Norway and Sweden, and a newly opened office in London.

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Work with us

Today more than 50 employees work at Draftit Privacy, all of who are responsible for making sure our customers have a VIP experience and stay one step ahead. Every time we expand our team, it’s to meet the demands of the market and our customers. Want to work in a company where change is the only constant? A workplace where you’re always growing and learning something new? If so, we can’t wait to see your application.

Find vacant positions on our LinkedIn jobs page.

Where are you on the path to compliance?

Step 1 - Establish

First, you need to establish privacy governance on management level by drafting a strategy, forming a team and building awareness. Decide to embed data protection in your organisation’s culture. Compliance is not a point-in-time exercise. It is an ongoing process that requires a coordinated, focused and sustained effort with support from the management.

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Privacy Evaluation

Use this web-based tool to assess your level of GDPR compliance, then get customised recommendations and guidance. It’s a great tool for making sure your board and senior management have the full picture.

PRIVACY E-LEARNING

Use our Privacy E-learning tool to ensure everyone in your organisation has a basic understanding of personal data rights and GDPR compliance.

Step 2 - Map

Create an inventory of where, why and how personal data is flowing to and from your organisation. Map roles and responsibilities and the processing of personal data and documents to create records of your processing activities. This will help your organisation to map its current situation, identify roles and responsibilities, and perform a gap analysis.

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PRIVACY RECORDS

Create, map and monitor your processing activities with our Privacy Records tool.

PRIVACY EVALUATION

Our web-based Privacy Evaluation tool will assess your level of GDPR compliance, then get customised recommendations and guidance. It’s a great tool for making sure your board and senior management have the full picture.

Step 3 - Protect

When processing personal data, you must protect the integrity of the data subjects. Ensure that you have a legal basis for processing and that the organisation can meet the necessary data subject rights and ensure transparency.

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PRIVACY EXPERT

Let our web-based handbook be your guide to GDPR compliance with interactive legal manuals, document templates and FAQs.

PRIVACY EVALUATION

Our web-based Privacy Evaluation tool will assess your level of GDPR compliance, then get customised recommendations and guidance. It’s a great tool for making sure your board and senior management have the full picture.

Step 4 - Implement

Organisations must provide evidence that they have taken the necessary steps to comply with the law in practice. Implement policies and procedures, data processing agreements and privacy notices. Finally, perform and document any necessary data protection impact assessments (DPIA).

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PRIVACY EXPERT

Let our web-based handbook be your guide to GDPR compliance with interactive legal manuals, document templates and FAQs.

PRIVACY DPIA

Our Privacy DPIA tool will help you decide if your organisation needs to carry out a DPIA, help you perform one when necessary and document the results.

Step 5 - Secure

Organisations that act as both controllers and processors must ensure secure processing in their IT systems to avoid unwanted access, loss or alteration of personal data. This can be achieved through technical and organisational measures, privacy by design and default, and proper incident management. It is the overall risk of the processing that determines what measures must be implemented.

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PRIVACY EXPERT

Let our web-based handbook be your guide to GDPR compliance with interactive legal manuals, document templates and FAQs.

PRIVACY E-LEARNING

Use our Privacy E-learning tool to ensure everyone in your organisation has a basic understanding of personal data rights and GDPR compliance.

Step 6 - Supervise

It is crucial that you are able to supervise your organisation’s privacy efforts. Because the GDPR puts considerable weight on the ability to demonstrate abidance with the law, you should have procedures in place for regular auditing and inspections, privacy performance tracking and reporting functions. In addition, make sure you can prove compliance and accountability with the privacy principles. Thorough supervision will help preserve a solid privacy culture.

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PRIVACY E-LEARNING

Use our Privacy E-learning tool to ensure everyone in your organisation has a basic understanding of personal data rights and GDPR compliance.

PRIVACY EVALUATION

Our web-based Privacy Evaluation tool will assess your level of GDPR compliance, then get customised recommendations and guidance. It’s a great tool for making sure your board and senior management have the full picture.