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The Nalytics SARs Portal

Thorntons Law LLP Case Study

Article 15 of GDPR explains the Right of Access individuals have to data held about them by organisations. Organisations have a 30 day window in which to respond.

Achieving that 30 day window can be extremely difficult, particularly as the number of SARs increases.

In this case study, Thorntons Law LLP explain how they use The Nalytics SARs Portal to manage this increase without a proportionate increase in resource, cost, time and risk.

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Thorntons Law LLP Case Study

Article 15 of GDPR explains the Right of Access individuals have to data held about them by organisations. Organisations have a 30 day window in which to respond.

Achieving that 30 day window can be extremely difficult, particularly as the number of SARs increases.

In this case study, Thorntons Law LLP explain how they use The Nalytics SARs Portal to manage this increase without a proportionate increase in resource, cost, time and risk.

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Efficient Handling of SARs with Nalytics

The Nalytics SARs Portal significantly reduces the time spent searching for personal data and automatically redacts sensitive information which might be overlooked in a manual search, making it easier, faster and more cost-effective to prepare responses to Subject Access Requests.

As well as identifying documents containing personal data across your systems for the preparation of SAR responses, Nalytics gives you a deeper insight into the types of personal data you hold to support wider data management practices throughout your organisation.

If you're ready to discuss how Nalytics can help you respond more efficiently to subject access requests and/or arrange a personal demo then please use the form opposite.

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    Efficient Handling of SARs with Nalytics

    The Nalytics SARs Portal significantly reduces the time spent searching for personal data and automatically redacts sensitive information which might be overlooked in a manual search, making it easier, faster and more cost-effective to prepare responses to Subject Access Requests.

    As well as identifying documents containing personal data across your systems for the preparation of SAR responses, Nalytics gives you a deeper insight into the types of personal data you hold to support wider data management practices throughout your organisation.

    If you're ready to discuss how Nalytics can help you respond more efficiently to subject access requests and/or arrange a personal demo then please use the form below.

    CONTACT REQUEST

      sars research

      Research

      Define who you are looking for and how they can be recognised. Provide full names, alternative names, common misspellings, ID numbers, abbreviations and more to search for alternatives across specified data.

      sars refine

      Refine

      Exclude exempt data such as legally privileged information, management information, opinions or confidential references. Ensure only the most relevant information is returned for review.

      sars redaction

      Redact

      Censor data to obscure details that should not be disseminated, such as sensitive, confidential , or third party information. Redact within the Nalytics viewer or from a copy of the original source document.

      sars reporting

      Report

      Prepare response output easily using drag-and-drop to collate relevant content directly from search results. Fully redacted responses are automatically zipped for export to the original requestor.

      sars research

      Research

      Define who you are looking for and how they can be recognised. Provide full names, alternative names, common misspellings, ID numbers, abbreviations and more to search for alternatives across specified data.

      sars refine

      Refine

      Exclude exempt data such as legally privileged information, management information, opinions or confidential references. Ensure only the most relevant information is returned for review.

      sars redaction

      Redact

      Censor data to obscure details that should not be disseminated, such as sensitive, confidential , or third party information. Redact within the Nalytics viewer or from a copy of the original source document.

      sars reporting

      Report

      Prepare response output easily using drag-and-drop to collate relevant content directly from search results. Fully redacted responses are automatically zipped for export to the original requestor.

      Take the strain out of responding to data subject access requests

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        Article 15 of GDPR explains the Right of Access individuals have to data held about them by organisations. Council Social Services typically receive hundreds of SARs each year. Some NHS Trusts receive thousands. The Home Office and DWP each receive tens of thousands.

        Keeping to the strict 30 day response window is not always easy. The Metropolitan Police Service received 8,600 SARs in the year to August 2020, with an overdue rate of 57%.

        How do you manage this increase without a proportionate increase in resource, cost, time and risk, particularly given the number of identifiers associated with an individual, the need to redact other’s PII, and the possibility of having to manage data processors too? How can you ensure compliance within the 30-day response deadline?

        This recording of our recent webinar demonstrates how automated technology is supporting SAR responses. By watching you will:

        • learn how a process of research, refine, redact validate and report can simplify the process of preparing and delivering SAR responses
        • see how The Nalytics SARs Portal brings advanced AI to bear via a simple easy-to-use wizard
        • gain confidence that there is a fast, effective, proven, low cost solution available today to help take the strain out of SAR responses

        Fill in the form for immediate access.

        Take the strain out of responding to data subject access requests

        The ICO reports that data protection complaints have doubled since the introduction of GDPR. Individual organisations are having up to 1,000 Google searches made on them with respect to DSARs every month and some are now getting 100 DSAR requests a month.

        How do you manage this increase without a proportionate increase in resource, cost, time and risk, particularly given the number of identifiers associated with an individual, the need to redact other’s PII, and the possibility of having to manage data processors too? How can you ensure compliance within the 30-day response deadline?

        This demo will show you how automated technology is now supporting DSAR responses, plus you will:

        • learn how a process of research, refine, redact validate and report can simplify the process of preparing and delivering DSAR responses
        • see how The Nalytics SARs Portal brings advanced AI to bear via a simple easy-to-use wizard
        • gain confidence that there is a fast, effective, proven, low cost solution available today to help take the strain out of DSAR responses

        Fill in the form for immediate access.

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