OneTrust Unveils OneTrust 4.0 – The World’s Most Intelligent Privacy Management Platform

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A new press release reports, “Today at PrivacyTech, the leading event for privacy technology, OneTrust announced new updates to its privacy management and marketing compliance software: OneTrust 4.0. In the largest update to the platform of the year, OneTrust 4.0 will bring new features and improvements across the comprehensive suite of OneTrust products and introduce two new modules to help manage incident and breach notifications and vendor risk. Other updates include automated lineage visuals for data mapping, consent optimisation analytics, automated data subject request and a new myOneTrust customer portal.”

The release goes on, “More companies use OneTrust than any other dedicated privacy management technology to comply with the GDPR and other global privacy laws. OneTrust 4.0 delivers substantial functionality, user experience and ease of use updates for customers, including: (1) Assessment Automation: New integration points automatically link assessments to relevant data mapping assets, vendors or processing activities. To streamline the PIAs and DPIA process, teams can also work together more effectively via OneTrust with new collaboration features available in OneTrust 4.0. (2) Data Mapping: Extended linking capabilities and intelligent lineage visuals between inventories provide a more flexible solution to connect assets, vendors, processing activities and data elements. Customers can also utilise custom PDF configurations and generate customisable Article 30 reports. (3) Incident and Breach: Powered by the new DataBreachpedia by OneTrust, the new incident module simplifies the process of capturing the appropriate details about an incident, integrating the knowledge from data inventories and mapping out the obligations an organisation has based on regulatory and local jurisdictional requirements for breach notification based on the scope of the incident.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

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