sistema de proteção de dados quidgest

The new General Regulation on Data Protection has introduced significant changes to the current rules of Data Protection, imposing new obligations on the organizations, and non-compliance can be punished with high fines.

Following their adoption and their entry into force on 25 May 2018, organizations shall make all necessary adjustments to comply with the provisions of Regulation. This directive contains measures that directly affect the activity of organizations, enshrining the “right to be forgotten”, the obligation to hire a “Data Privacy Officer”, the obligation to report to the regulator and users in case of data breach; as well as heavy fines for non-compliance with the rules set out in the Regulation.

In this context of change, Quidgest, standing out from its competitors, decided to support the organizations, from several sectors, to face this new challenge. Quidgest has created an exclusive department and has developed an innovative and integrated Data Protection Management solution that responds to the challenges of compliance with the new Regulation.


Data Protection Management solution provides excellent monitoring of the protection and supervision of databases, according to the rules described in the General Regulation of Protection of Personal Data.
The system allows you to register the databases and all the actions that may be subject to them within the organization in which these assets are inserted. Subsequently, the organization can record and adjust its control routines on these assets. Additionally, it allows to design check routines through surveys and to produce evolution reports.
Quidgest’s GDPR solution enables you to manage the compliance life cycle with the Regulation. That is, from the first assessment, to the gap analysis, to the implementation of compliance and the management of all the processes that the Data Protection Officer follows and / or has direct intervention.

Its four Data Protection Management interfaces (for the Data Protection Officer), Data Holder Management (for the organization to interact with data holders), the Data Holder Portal (for interaction of data holders with the organization) and Supplier Portal (to verify compliance with suppliers) allow you to structure the data, have a control platform to ensure compliance and report to the regulator the most varied situations in order to respond to the directive.


  • Dematerialization of processes.
  • Physical protection of original documents.
  • Internal/external interaction.
  • Greater security.
  • Improvement of workflows.
  • More efficient management.
  • Total compliance with the Regulation.