Pontus Vision is the only Open Source data protection management solution in the market.
The risks of the whole organization’s data protection are visualised using a score based on the ICO’s 12 steps, following the main points of the law.
We help organizations comply with data protection regulations.
We solve data protection challenges with 3 modules:
Extract Structured Personal Data in Databases, CRM, ERP, and proprietary systems. Also works with unstructured data, such as, emails, PDFs, Word, and Excel.
Maps all the data from the Extract module, identifying natural persons with as little data as possible, scalable to trillions of records.
Gathers links to all personal data within an organization, with graphical or textual reports, using a scoring system based on the ICO’s 12 steps to GDPR compliance.
The Pontus Vision platform combines the following resources in a single, but modular product:
Our solution can be easily deployed on prem, or on any cloud platform.
Our architecture and design uses NCSC’s 14 principles of cloud security.
The whole Pontus Vision GDPR / LGPD platform is open sourced. This gives customers a clear vision of the code, without vendor locking.
The Pontus Vision GDPR / LGPD platform reduces the number of manual steps to ingest vast quantities of data. Our solution is scalable to trillions of records.
MULTIPLE DATA FORMATS
Pontus Vision was designed and built as a modular solution capable of taking data from hundreds of different formats with reusable components.
Learn more about data protection laws around the world:
General Data Protection Regulation
(EU) 2016/679 is a European law regulation on privacy and protection of personal data, applicable to all individuals in the European Union and European Economic Area. It also regulates the export of personal data outside the EU. The GDPR aims to provide citizens and residents with ways to control their personal data and unify the European regulatory framework. Approved on April 15, 2016 and effective from May 25, 2018.
Pontus Vision is a native GDPR solution, with scores for the 12 steps recommended by the ICO (Information Commissioner’s Officer) for compliance. Brexit will not impact GDPR, as it became UK law prior to the event.
Lei Geral de Proteção de Dados Pessoais
Law No. 13,709 / 2018, it is the Brazilian legislation that regulates the activities of processing personal data and also changes articles 7 and 16 of the Marco Civil da Internet. Brazil has become part of the countries that have specific legislation to protect data and the privacy of their citizens. Approved on June 28, 2018 and will take effect on August 20, 2020.
The Law establishes regulations for the collection, storage, treatment and sharing of personal data. Ensuring that individuals have control over how their data is used. The application will be in any organization that stores or processes data from residents in Brazil, at the national or international level, with a fine penalty of 2% of global revenue or up to R $ 50 million and administrative sanctions.
The Pontus Vision platform is the first one customized for the LGPD, with the preparation of reports in Portuguese.
California Consumer Privacy Act
Approved on June 28, 2018, enforced from January 1, 2020. First North American law inspired by the European Union’s GDPR.
Privacy Data Protection in Argentina
The Personal Data Protection Act 25.326, Regulatory Decree 1558/2001 and other provisions of the National Directorate for the Protection of Personal Data comprise the current legal system of the Argentine data protection Regulation, since 2000.
Turkish Data Protection Law
Enacted in 2016 is accompanied by other regulations and communications, while draft versions of secondary legislation have been published by Turkey’s supervisory authority, the Personal Data Protection Council (“DPB”).