Compliance in information management:
What should you pay attention to?
The EU General Data Protection Policy (EU GDPR), audit security, and more — to ensure that your company is able to comply with so many different requirements and regulations, you need to pay attention to several factors. Find out here how a certified ECM system can help you.
Stronger protection for personal data
Fulfill cross-industry requirements
Archive information compliantly
Which documents have to be stored and which ones deleted?
Contracts, balance sheets, personal data, emails and much more — in your company, a wide range of information is captured, processed, stored and transmitted every day. Strict guidelines and laws are already in place for almost all of these processes.
Business documents for commercial or tax purposes must be immutably stored according to the legal retention periods. Data protection laws require that your company protects, transmits and deletes personal information in a legally compliant way. If you conduct business in a regulated market, you are also obliged to fulfill documentation requirements.
EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR)
Starting May 28, 2018, stricter data protection regulations will go into effect. Is your company ready for the new requirements?
Which legal requirements apply to the electronic archiving of documents subject to retention? How do you ensure audit security?
Doxis4 — your certified ECM solution
With a certified ECM system such as Doxis4, you can fulfill numerous national and international laws, regulations, norms and standards when processing information. Highly respected and independent auditing firms have confirmed this with their certificates and testaments.
"The audited modules of the Doxis4 iECM software suite can be regarded as appropriate and functional for proper account management."
Ebner Stolz – excerpt from an audit report about Doxis4
What does compliance mean?
Compliance describes the goal that companies aspire to achieve in their business operations to ensure that they are aware of and take steps to comply with relevant laws, policies, and regulations.