ConsentCheq Gives Rapid ‘Pain Relief’ for GDPR Consent Mgmt.

YORK, Pa. -- Jan. 5, 2018 -- Today, PrivacyCheq announced the immediate availability of ConsentCheq LiveStart, a structured, rapid deployment of its industry-leading ConsentCheq technology. Using the LiveStart service, enterprises can demonstrate fully GDPR-compliant consent management user flows on two selected web sites, within just two weeks.

Enterprises typically have dozens to hundreds of web sites, each with several data ingestion pages, totalling thousands of touchpoints that require adjustment in order to comply with new transparency and consent mandates of GDPR [Europe's General Data Protection Regulation]. Despite the magnitude of this risk, many enterprise GDPR teams have not even begun work on complying with GDPR's 'outward facing' consent and transparency requirements.

Roy Smith, PrivacyCheq's CEO said "ConsentCheq LiveStart is our answer to the complaint we hear again and again from our enterprise customers: 'I can't get my IT, marketing or legal team's attention because they can't visualize how GDPR consent really works in practice and they can't focus on what's actually needed.' We designed LiveStart to quickly give privacy compliance officers a world-class 'straw man' that can be used to motivate action and guide decision making as notice, consent and privacy rights are added to each corporate data ingress point."

Smith continued, "The ConsentCheq LiveStart service gives enterprises a fighting chance to be ready in time by saving them months of meetings, UI/UX design effort, testing and decision making. It provides all required aspects of privacy consent, including clear notice, logging, reporting, friendly user dashboards, all ready to scale to meet the needs of the largest enterprises, even if they plan to use legitimate interest instead of consent."

By design, the LiveStart program has minimal requirements for an enterprise: choose two sample websites, provide appropriate privacy notice text, and coordinate IT...

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