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Strengthen your infosec program

Manage everything from cloud risk assessments, control reviews, employee policy attestations, and vendor risk through the platform.
Identify compliance gaps so you can focus on what to fix.

Get PDPA audit-ready in weeks, not months

PDPA compliant policies

50+ policy templates, customizable with an in-line editor

Automated gap assessment

In-built gap assessments to help you identify what needs to be fixed

PDPA compliance experts

Onboarding with in-house infosec consultants, to get you ‘there’

Stay compliant, without manual effort

Continuous control monitoring

Alerts for any deviations, through continuous control monitoring

Seamless integrations

75+ pre-built integrations for automated control monitoring

Seamless workflows

Automated workflows to create, schedule, assign, and track tasks

Accelerate audits, with seamless collaboration

Pre-mapped PDPA controls

All policies, tasks, evidences pre-mapped to PDPA controls

Automated evidence collection

70% less manual effort in collecting proof of compliance

PDPA Audit Center

Auditors right on the platform for easy collaboration

Security with scale, without slippages

No hassle compliance with additional frameworks

21 frameworks, pre-mapped controls - right out of the box

Custom frameworks, and unifying frameworks

All your controls, mapped and monitored, in one place

GRC capabilities for all business units

Multiple product lines or multiple BUs: compliance for all

Recognized as a G2 Leader

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Frequently asked questions

What is PDPA?

The Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) provides a baseline standard of protection for personal data in Singapore. It complements sector-specific legislative and regulatory frameworks such as the Banking Act and Insurance Act.
The PDPA Compliance applies to any organization that processes and deals with any kind of Personal Data in Singapore.

What does PDPA mean for individuals versus organizations?

The PDPA provides safeguards against the misuse of individuals’ personal data by regulating the management of personal data. Individuals have the right to be informed of the purposes for which businesses are collecting, using or disclosing your personal data, giving you more control over how your personal data is used.

What are the seven principles of PDPA?

To guide the enforcement of PDPA, the standard sets forth seven principles. They are:
  • Lawfulness, fairness, and transparency
  • Purpose limitation
  • Data minimization
  • Accuracy
  • Storage limitation
  • Integrity and confidentiality
  • Accountability

What is the penalty for PDPA non-compliance?

The financial penalty cap which may be imposed on organisations for breaches under the PDPA has increased from the previously fixed S$ 1 million, to 10% of the organisation’s annual turnover in Singapore for organisations with annual local turnover exceeding S$10 million, whichever is higher.

Why is it important for companies to be compliant with PDPA?

Data protection safeguards information from loss through backup and recovery. Data security refers specifically to measures taken to protect the integrity of the data itself against manipulation and malware. It provides defense from internal and external threats. Data privacy refers to controlling access to the data.

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