October 14, 2020

Why and How, our software now has a Data Protection Impact Assessment Feature.

What is a DPIA? A DPIA (Data Protection Impact Assessment) is executed by an organisation to analyse, identify and mitigate risks to personal information held by […]
July 28, 2020

3 new policy templates available in our GDPR software

To help you with the current situation and your compliance journey, we have just added 3 new policy templates. The first is directly related to the […]
February 26, 2020


https://youtu.be/-ng4tM5FNHohttps://youtu.be/-ng4tM5FNHo We’ve upgraded the DSAR Management Tool in our GDPR compliance software. Check out the new functionality that will enable you to manage data subject access […]
September 16, 2019

New Dashboard and Project Management Tools

https://youtu.be/t1MheOfF4dU We are excited to bring to you more features which enable your compliance project management and also a brand new dashboard to help to you […]
April 24, 2019
simplifying records of processing

Simplifying the Records of Processing Activities Feature

According to the GDPR, a processor means a natural or legal person, public authority, agency or other body which processes personal data on behalf of a […]
December 12, 2018

New Feature: Custom your own documents and much more.

We are pleased to announce that this week, we will add more new features to GDPR365. The first one enables users to add and manage custom […]
November 19, 2018

New Feature: Get notifications and reminders in the app

We’d like you to know about the latest features available in GDPR365, this time the notifications feature, which enables you to choose what aspect of compliance management to be informed about and how often. There are many notifications available to alert you
July 26, 2018

GDPR365 to introduce multiple languages

GDPR365’s popularity has generated widespread interest along with calls for languages other than English. We’re happy to announce that the base version is fully prepared for the impending rollout of the Dutch version. This will be followed by German, Spanish and French.