The explosion of data volumes in the past decade opens new worlds of opportunities for public and private organizations but such a transformation comes with requirements and responsibilities.
Several personal data regulations have begun to enforce these responsibilities to give consumers back the control of their data, protect their privacy and accelerate the digital transformation of companies. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applicable throughout the European Union, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), the Lei Geral de Proteção de Dados (LGPD) in Brazil or the Act on Protection of Personal Information (APPI) in Japan have paved the way towards robust legal frameworks, clarifying the direction to build efficient and ethical data privacy.
Impactful non-personal data regulations are also a growing trend with the Regulation on the free flow of non-personal data in European Union applicable since 28 May 2019 aiming at removing obstacles to the free movement of non-personal data in Europe.
As data regulations are continuing to spread in each country and economic areas, organizations now have to adapt their culture, processes and technology in order to be compliant. Data marketplaces and, more generally, data exchange platforms are becoming trusted and secure environments enabling economic stakeholders to comply with regulations.
Dawex solutions provide the required features by-design, enabling its customers to properly manage the implementation of compliance to data circulation regulations.
Dawex solutions set up the operational requirements to support the compliance of participants and operators to the Data Exchange Platform.
Dawex Data Exchange technology has a security by-design and by-default approach that is complemented by sophisticated confidentiality features and end-to-end encryption to ensure the data exchanged through the data marketplace is secure, untampered, and visible only to relevant parties.
Dawex has extensive expertise among its teams and has consulted with the best international experts analyzing the questions surrounding non personal and personal data exchange compliance to data regulations. This in depth knowledge of all the challenges of data exchange compliance enabled Dawex to develop a technology that can provide its customers and users with a range of solutions to help them check whether the data they are about to share/exchange is compliant.
Compliance to data regulations is more than a box-ticking exercise. It requires an awareness and a vigilance that is embedded at every level of an organization and enforces the company governance.Being customer-focused is one of Dawex core values, our teams are committed to staying on top of the latest regulations developments to best address and resolve our customers compliance challenges.
“Compliance is of primary concern for organizations diving into Data Exchange. Dawex is actively engaged with institutions, multiple regulatory bodies worldwide, consortiums and associations, and contributes to discussions and workshops on the latest data regulations. With its expertise and knowledge, Dawex is ideally positioned to support organizations on their road to Data Exchange compliance.”
Laurent Lafaye, Dawex co-CEO
Compliance can raise many questions regarding Data Exchange and how data regulations apply in specific cases. Dawex is constantly speaking and being consulted by worldwide compliance experts and institutions. We can help you navigate through your challenges.