Consent Management Software for GDPR
2B Advice GDPR compliance software can give your business a clearer picture of what the key requirements of this privacy regulation are, what steps you can take to meet them and how much time and effort you can expect to put into each step.
2B Advice has helped thousands of organizations navigate data protection and privacy laws with experience and know-how developed over 17 years as one of the first data privacy services and technology firms in the U.S. and Europe.
We are an international company with offices in San Diego, California.
We are one of the providers with the longest experience in the market.
Our data protection expertise is transnational and we work internationally.
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Best GDPR Software for Compliance
One of our most vital tools in GDPR compliance management is 2B Advice PrIME.
This is our proprietary SaaS software specifically designed to handle the stringency and the complexity of regulations such as GDPR, CCPA, and more. We can also help with Data Subject Access Requests under CCPA.
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2B Advice is ISO/IEC 27001:2013 Certified
2B Advice is an IAPP corporate Gold member
2B Advice is a Microsoft Gold-Certified Partner
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Learn more about how data protection compliance software can help you with GDPR compliance.2B Advice Reasons to operationalize CCPA Whitepaper
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California is safeguarding children's online information from exploitation by corporations by introducing the Age Appropriate Design Code Act requesting a Privacy Impact Assessment.Information Needed For Companies for the Whistleblower Directive
Initially, the EU Whistleblower Directive was supposed to be effective by December 17, 2021. However, the legislative process failed.Right of Access by the Data Subject
The right of access, enshrined in Art. 15 of the GDPR, gives data subjects the right to obtain from the controller.