Fides Compass provides deep intelligence about commonly used third-party vendors to automate data mapping and consent, getting you to a state of global privacy compliance quickly. Learn everything about what Fides Compass does, and how, in this blog post.
Data mapping is a painstakingly slow process, requiring meticulous data entry and an in-depth knowledge of all vendor ecosystems. Finding accurate information about how and why vendors process personal data is challenging and requires deep privacy knowledge. Manual entry is labor-intensive, and can result in missed information that can lead to compliance risks.
That’s why we built Fides Compass, the Privacy Engineering Intelligence dictionary. Compass provides deep intelligence about commonly used third-party vendors to automate data mapping and consent, accelerating your path to global privacy compliance.
Read on to learn more about how Fides Compass works, and how it helps you automate data mapping, consent, and compliance with global regulations.
Fides Compass automates the process of data mapping by autocompleting all of the vendor information that is required to create compliant reports, process privacy requests, and serve the correct consent notices. Compass leverages Fides’ deep privacy knowledge to provide comprehensive intelligence for 1000+ commonly used third-party vendors, including how and why they process personal data, which types of personal data they process, how long they retain this data, and all other information required to create globally compliant reports.
In order to serve the correct consent notices and enforce consumer consent preferences, your organization needs to know which vendors are used and for which business purposes. Fides Compass can automate this process by inventorying all systems, identifying the vendors, and classifying them by purpose so that your consent notices are compliant with global privacy regulations. Compass also provides the list of web trackers that Fides Consent uses to automate cookie suppression.
Complying with global privacy regulations requires a real-time view of all data being processed in your organization. Using Fides Compass to automate data mapping will make it easy to generate complete and accurate compliance reports, such as a record of processing activities (RoPA), which is required under Article 30 of Europe’s GDPR.
To learn more about how Fides Compass can empower enterprise-wide global privacy compliance, schedule a free 15-minute call with one of Ethyca’s privacy experts today.
Ethyca’s VP of Engineering Neville Samuell recently spoke at the University of Texas at Austin’s Texas McCombs School of Business about privacy engineering and its role in today’s digital landscape. Read a summary of the discussion by Neville himself here.
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Ethyca’s Senior Software Engineer Adam Sachs goes through the thought process of creating Fideslang, the privacy engineering taxonomy that standardizes privacy compliance in software development.
Learn more about all of the updates in the Fides 2.23 release here.
Our Senior Software Engineer Dawn Pattison walks you through implementing data minimization into your business.
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