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A set of guidelines known as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was enacted into law by the European Union and the United Kingdom to safeguard the privacy and personal information of their citizens.


With 50+ integrations and a Quantifiable Security posture, is a powerful solution at a CXO’s behest. 

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A SaaS platform that automatically collects thousands of data points of processes, policies, people, assets, and vendors into one place – offering you control over the overall security of your security program and visibility into your compliance status.

Truly automated single window tool.

By collecting evidence at the speed of thought, is 80% better than the traditional methods of auditing. When you know the fastest way to get security compliant, why would you still ask why?

80% Faster, Affordable and efficient.

With 50+ integrations and inbuilt templates for numerous tasks, collect, analyse and evidence data points, the platform is a one-stop solution for the Audited and the Auditors.


  • GDPR will help take data privacy seriously and establish a security-conscious workflow.
  • Data auditing enables you to minimise the data you collect and store, better organize your storage, and refine your data management processes.
  • GDPR compliance will support your business to build more trusted relationships with your customers and the public.
  • By complying with the GDPR, you will instil the values ​​of data security in your employees and foster social responsibility in business.
  • It allows you to enforce information security and reduce the possible risk of fraud, information loss and disclosure

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At, you can count on us to provide the security necessary to protect even your most sensitive data. By exceeding global standards and achieving certifications/attestations, we’re constantly working to earn your trust.

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What They Say

With SOCLY, we can see how our SOC 2 & compliance is progressing real time, and their automated evidence collection and monitoring platform has made the process much efficient and faster.

Ugendreshwar Hirex

An amazing platform! Kudos.


SOCLY has been a great companion throughout our audit process and their seamless integration has made it so easy to monitor, we are now able to see our compliance score and reports real-time and can remediate the alerts within seconds.

Keshav Telescope

The robustness of SOCLY has enabled us to audit the platform in seconds while monitoring a large cloud environment. We found managing cloud security compliance so easy.

Jahangir Cone

Frequently asked questions

The GDPR - General Data Protection Regulation is the toughest privacy and security law in the world. Though it was drafted and passed by the European Union, it imposes obligations onto organizations anywhere, so long as they target or collect data related to people in the EU. The regulation was put into effect on May 25, 2018. The GDPR will levy harsh fines against those who violate its privacy and security standards, with penalties reaching into the tens of millions of euros.

Any organisation that processes the personal data of people in the European Union must comply with the GDPR. Processing is a broad term that covers just about anything you can do with data: collection, storage, transmission, analysis, etc. Personal data is any information that relates to a person, such as names, email addresses, IP addresses, eye color, political affiliation, and so on. Even if an organisation is not connected to the European Union itself, if it processes the personal data of people in the European Union via tracking on its website, for instance, it must comply. The GDPR is also not limited to for-profit companies.
Organisations can comply with the GDPR by implementing technical and operational safeguards to protect personal data they control. The first step is to conduct a GDPR assessment to determine what personal data they control, where it is located, and how it is secured. They must also adhere to the privacy principles outlined in the GDPR, such as obtaining consent and ensuring data portability. You may also be required to appoint a Data Protection Officer and update your privacy notice, among other organisational measures.
When an organisation is considering the requirements for becoming compliant with GDPR, there are two key areas which need to be considered.

First of all, the seven key principles around which the specific requirements of the GDPR are based. Then there are the individual rights which ensure that data subjects are aware of how an organization handles both data privacy and data protection.

These aspects of the regulation also require an organization to ensure that their data protection officer has assisted them in both introducing and reviewing procedures around compliance for the handling of requests from individuals.

The European Union and its member states have sent a very clear message that GDPR requirements are ongoing and as such, require regular and considered review in order for their obligations to be met.
The GDPR sets out seven principles for the lawful processing of personal data. Processing includes the collection, organisation, structuring, storage, alteration, consultation, use, communication, combination, restriction, erasure or destruction of personal data. Broadly, the 7 principles are :
  • Lawfulness, fairness and transparency
  • Purpose limitation
  • Data minimisation
  • Accuracy
  • Storage limitation
  • Integrity and confidentiality (security)
  • Accountability

  • The principles are at the centre of the GDPR; they are the guiding principles of the regulation and compliant processing.
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