Data subject request-management made easy

Manage one or one million data subject access requests, no problem. Osano's platform makes it easy to verify a data subject's identity, assign inbound requests to the correct person and then deliver results to the data subject in the timeframe required by law. 

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Data Subject Access Request

Automate data subject rights requests

Laws like the EU's General Data Protection Regulation and California's consumer privacy law, the CCPA, assign "data subjects," the customers you collect and store data on, rights to their information. Without rules and order, responding to data subject access rights requests can be a nightmare for organizations to track and manage. Osano's software sets up a process for success. It'll allow your organization to: define data sources, assign roles and embed a data-subject request form on your site. In no time, you'll be compliant with global and local laws.

DSAR/SRR Workflow

Never Miss a Deadline

Forgot to pick up milk on the way home? That happens, but you'll never miss a deadline with the Osano DSAR portal.

Verify Identities

Instantly ensure that the requestor is the data subject or has the right to request the information. 

Go Paperless

Use Osano's GDPR representative and your paper mailed requests also magically appear in your portal.

Is full DSAR/SRR automation the right approach?

Get Compliant Now

Under both the GDPR and CCPA, as well as under numerous other data privacy laws, individuals have data rights. Individuals have the right to request that you delete their data, correct inaccurate data, do not sell their data, or provide a list of all data that you store about them.

In recent months, numerous groups have undertaken "DDOS Compliance Attacks" whereby they band together and submit thousands of fraudulent DSAR/SRRs in an attempt to harm businesses. Automating portions of your DSAR workflow can preserve valuable resources should your company fall victim to one of these DSAR DDOS attacks.

Although full automation or AI-powered DSAR workflows and data mapping may initially seem like a panacea, accuracy is paramount in responding to a subject rights request. If your automation is not 100% accurate, even if you answer a request in a timely fashion, you may still run afoul of the law.

Osano implements a hybrid approach, implementing technology where it is best, and requiring human intervention for critical details. By pairing the Osano GDPR Representative Service, PII Tracking API, and DSAR Workflows together, you will have a robust DSAR implementation that complies with the law and is always accurate.

What's New at Osano

Consent Manager now available in 39 languages

Consent Manager has been updated to support auto-translations in Croatian and Icelandic. See a full list of supported languages here

Vendor Auto-Following

Enterprise customers can now automatically track the vendors they've identified in Consent Manager. The change allows seamless and constant monitoring of your vendors and eliminates the need to follow them manually. The feature also alerts you to relevant policy changes their vendors have made and changes that could impact your risk.

Pentland release

This release offers new features in consent management and data subject access requests products. This release is named after Alex Pentland, one of the architects of the GDPR.

Pentland Release Notes

Privacy consulting

Osano is now offering privacy consulting in addition to our compliance software. Whether you need an interim privacy officer, a data protection officer or project-specific resources, our privacy consultants are ready to roll their sleeves up for you.

Explore Consulting

Sweeney release

We have just released a major new upgrade to our platform. This update features role-based access controls for your business. Admins will now be empowered to restrict a user's access and control to specific parts of Osano's platform. This release is named after Latanya Sweeney a Harvard privacy researcher and advocate.

Sweeney Release Notes