We maintain an ever growing database of top service providers and subprocessors from where you can add them to your processor list with only few clicks. We also continuously learn from our community to make sure that if someone searches for a vendor, they are part of our database.
Our database contains information on the actual legal entities, the places where the data processing agreements can be found, and instructions on how to get them signed. Our goal is to enable you to go from identifying your vendor, to knowing the key provisions of the agreements, to having all necessary paperwork in place, within minutes.
You don't need to search through shared drives or emails anymore. Upload all your data sharing related agreements into one repository and add notes around contact owner, key dates, or actually whatever you need.
Once you have all this useful information in one place, start sharing it across your organization without worrying about license fees our permissions. PASERO comes with unlimited seats, and you can fine-tune permissions to allow people to only view content, add vendors, or publish the information to your customers.
Tired of maintaining the list of your processors in multiple places, like having an internal inventory, one on the website, and sending emails to customers? With PASERO you can have one single list from which we generate you different views, including HTML and RSS.
You can also actively send out email notifications to your customers of changes to your processor list to meet data protection compliance. Then, they can either accept the change or give a justification to object via a link in the email.
Did you ever had to answer a question what your agreements say about international transfers? Does any customer require penetration tests? These questions often come up, but as the number of data processing agreements grows, it becomes hard to keep track.
With PASERO you can highlight relevant clauses from your technical and organizational measures documents or data processing agreements by topic. Then you can query for overviews of one topic across your agreements or a summary of provisions within one contract.