General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by European Union has been in the process of being adapted by various companies. Onelogin, one of the companies who plan to be ready using this framework hopes to strengthen their overall privacy and security policies. They hope that in turn, this will also protect the privacies of their clients.
The company, in the previous years have adapted privacy policies for their clients through Generally Accepted Privacy Principles (GAPP). Eventually, they went into creating the Privacy Shield Program and one of the first companies to adopt the ISO 27018.
These are some of the main areas that Onelogin plans to upgrade as they prepare themselves for possible GDPR changes:
Onelogin plans to rewrite their data privacy frameworks in a “blank page” in order to avoid overlooked policies that may cause security problems. When frameworks are too high-level, it tends to be complex and is difficult to revise.
Improving language in contracts
The company hopes to improve contact language for parties involve. This include making contract language understandable for topics such as data breach, subcontractors, and responsibility of data processors.
Addressing the need for Data Processing Officer
Onelogin is working on finding DPO for their company as a way to meet the GDPR guidelines. They want to outsource someone who has a legal background and has a broad knowledge of the security and privacy policies of the EU.
With a new regulation comes more changes for Onelogin as they continue to build and maintain the trust of their clients. They plan to have an independent review on May of 2018 to make sure that all of their GDPR requirements have been covered as the certification is possible over time.
Onelogin, Inc. is a company that offers cloud-based identity and access management (IAM). They offer their services to businesses and organizations to secure users when logging in to devices or signing in to applications. Some other benefits that the company provides are easier user onboarding and offboarding, and increased efficiency via single sign-on across multiple accounts.
At present, the company has provided their toolkits and are used by 300 and more application owners. Their system has been used by 70 clients to make sure applications secure as well. Onelogin syncs several cloud applications such as Namely, Workplace by Facebook and RemedyForce.
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