A centralized solution for trust and LGPD compliance
OneTrust supports you in respecting your data subjects’ privacy rights and streamlining compliance by operationalizing LGPD requirements in a single platform.
Simplify data subject requests and automate every phase of the process including intake, identity verification, data discovery, deletion, and secure response.
Maintain a central consent database across all collection points. Easily configure and embed user-facing preference centers and centrally draft, manage and distribute policies and notices.
Automatically discover and classify data across structured and unstructured data in cloud, on-premises, and legacy systems. Link data to identities and map to data inventories to document internal data flows and transfers to third parties.
Leverage pre-built LGPD assessment templates complete with automated risk flagging. Link PIAs, privacy by design (PbD), and vendor assessments to your data map for full visibility into data flows and associated risks.
Centrally track, manage, and report on incidents and automate your incident investigations and workflows. Link incidents to your data map to fully understand incident risk and severity.
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Are you subject to Brazil’s data privacy laws and if so, what do you need to look out for? We answer some basic questions below.
The LGPD (“Lei Geral de Proteção de Dados,” or “General Data Protection Law”) is a privacy law passed by the Brazilian legislature in 2018 and went into effect in 2021. It establishes certain data privacy rights to citizens and mandates companies to increase transparency and safeguards. Brazil’s LGPD takes heavy inspiration from the EU’s General data protection regulation (GDPR) and shares many of its provisions, such as many of the legal bases for data processing activities and the appointment of a data protection officer (DPO) for data controllers.
The LGPD covers any personal data processing of Brazilians or persons located in Brazil. This means that even if a company is based outside of the country, they are still subject to the law. Unlike other privacy laws such as the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and California Privacy Act (CPRA), there is no size threshold so even small businesses are subject.
We help you meet the LGPD’s requirements by operationalizing them in a single platform via our Privacy and Data Governance Cloud. Minimize the risk of non-compliance with automated data mapping and discovery, risk assessments, incident tracking, and managing data subjects' rights and consent. We also provide access to the world’s largest regulatory database so you can stay up to date with the law’s amendments and rule changes.
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