Secureframe Adds GDPR Privacy Framework to Industry-leading GRC Platform to Help Customers Grow EMEA RevenueSan Francisco - July 20, 2022
Secureframe makes it fast, easy and cost efficient for companies to achieve and maintain privacy, security and compliance in accordance with GDPR
July 20, 2022—San Francisco—Secureframe, the all-in-one platform for continuous security compliance, today announced it has added the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) privacy framework to its suite of governance, risk and compliance (GRC) solutions.
Secureframe now enables EU-based organizations and those collecting the personal data of EU citizens to meet, maintain and demonstrate accountability for GDPR requirements, helping reduce the risk of penalties of up to €20M or 4% of previous year revenues. Secureframe enables businesses to set up the right policies and procedures to deliver and track employee training, automate GDPR evidence collection and stay current with the latest GDPR requirements so they can achieve and maintain privacy, security and compliance with speed and ease.
“Changes in regulations and technology are making GDPR compliance increasingly difficult, forcing businesses collecting data on EU citizens to waste valuable time and money on efforts to simply stay compliant and avoid fines,” said Shrav Mehta, CEO, Secureframe. “Secureframe makes the GDPR compliance process fast, easy and cost effective so businesses can free up resources to focus on what matters most: serving their customers and growing their business.”
"We needed to get GDPR compliant quickly to close an enterprise deal. Secureframe was our trusted partner who helped us navigate and accelerate the process," said Dominic Whyte, co-founder and CEO, Fillout.com. “We were really impressed with the Secureframe platform and how the in-house compliance experts and proprietary GDPR training helped us achieve compliance in less than two weeks."
Secureframe’s launch of its GDPR framework enables organizations, their executives and, specifically, Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) to:
- Focus on serving customers and growing their business: The Secureframe security compliance platform, combined with the GDPR privacy framework, helps organizations and their compliance officers achieve and maintain GDPR compliance so they can stay focused on serving their customers and growing their businesses.
- Stay current with the latest GDPR requirements to maintain compliance with the law: As GDPR regulations change, Secureframe updates its frameworks, communicates those changes to customers and shows any gaps in compliance so organizations and their compliance officers have the tools, information and reporting they need to stay compliant.
- Track that all applicable employees have completed GDPR training to stay compliant with the law: Secureframe delivers its own proprietary training that can be assigned to specific users and tracked within its platform to enable organizations to stay compliant with GDPR training requirements.
The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect May 25, 2018 and requires data processors and controllers that target or collect personal EU resident data to uphold various privacy and security requirements. For more information on GDPR, read the Secureframe blog: What is GDPR Compliance? Understanding the Essentials of GDPR.
Greg Perotto, CMO
Secureframe is the leading all-in-one platform for continuous security compliance. Secureframe makes achieving and maintaining the most rigorous global privacy, security and compliance standards, including SOC 2, ISO 27001, HIPAA, PCI DSS, GDPR and CCPA, fast, easy and cost effective. With more than 100 integrations to core services such as AWS, Google Cloud, Azure, Github, JAMF and Okta, Secureframe automatically and continuously collects audit evidence, runs and tracks security awareness training, monitors infrastructure and more to make compliance fast and easy for hundreds of customers, including AngelList, Fabric, Doodle, Dooly, Lob, Slab and Stream.