Data Subject Access Requests: How to Reduce Process Costs and Workload
$5,350 is the average cost for processing a Data Subject Access Request (DSAR) according to a May 2020 study made by Sapio Research for Guardum. In the same study, it showed that an average of just over half of DSARs are competed within 30 days. How has your DSAR process for video surveillance or other digital evidence evolved over the last 2 years? Is your current process costing your organisation time and resources? Automation Technologies are available to facilitate and decrease the process cost of security related DSARs.
During this 60 minutes session, we will:
- Review the different articles of GDPR and CCPA related to DSARs
- Explore through workflow request examples
- Demonstrate available technologies that can help meet and decrease the work needed to meet compliance
- Join us for a discussion of the technologies which can simplify the DSAR process
Head of Buildings & Industrial Market Segment
Jean-Philippe Deby is the Head of the Buildings & Industrial market segment for Genetec Europe. He is responsible for monitoring, improving and commercialising the company's solution offerings to help European industrial companies meet local regulatory requirements. JP has been with the company since 2007 and was previously responsible for the sales organisation in Western Europe and the development of the Genetec Channel Partner Program for EMEA. Prior to joining Genetec, JP held various sales and marketing functions for distributors, system integrators and manufacturers of IP-based solutions. He holds a bachelor's degree in Finance and Economy from Chicago's De Paul University in the United States.
Customer Success Manger
Nicholas Mathe is the Customer Success Manager for Clearance, Genetec's digital evidence management solution. Nick works closely with organizations to transition their evidence management workflows to a digitally-native system. He consults with customers to understand policies and requirements, and assists with training to ensure the successful adoption of the solution. Nicholas has been with the company since 2013 and was previously managing customer accounts with a key focus on adopting new cloud applications and technology.