What is Graphletter?

Graphletter provides automation and tracking tools for legal and compliance teams to solve their data privacy issues.


Every data-driven company should have a privacy framework in place. If your company hasn’t yet taken the time to orient itself to this new space, here are a few common reasons why now is the best time to get started:

  • You’re operating in the European market where privacy is taken very seriously
  • Based on trends in regulation and business (for example, the Apple iOS update in April 2021), you anticipate that eventually every company needs to meet the GDPR-like requirements, regardless of jurisdiction
  • You are already operating in the EU or other regions with data protection laws but so far, you’ve been fortunate to fly under the radar of supervisory authorities
  • You’re based in the US and need to comply with the California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA), the recently passed Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (VCDPA) or other upcoming State laws
  • You want to stand out as a company with a strong reputation for data privacy.

Get up to speed

There are a number of reasons it’s important to get up to speed on privacy and data protection. But these are complex fields that aren't easily understood without some assistance. This is because there are several different frameworks currently competing to be the standard-bearer of global privacy norms. The current leader by a longshot is the EU’s GDPR - it was the first meaningful privacy regulation and many countries have modelled their own privacy laws around it.

Privacy isn't easy

The GDPR is replete with a whole range of acronyms and concepts that are hard to understand, especially to someone learning privacy for the first time. These include data protection impact assessments (DPIAs), records of processing activities (RoPAs), lead supervisory authorities (LSAs), legitimate interest assessments (LIAs), standard contractual clauses (SCCs) and binding corporate rules (BCRs), to name but a few. The terminology is vast and the GDPR itself is a complex interaction of many different articles and bylaws: some of them are requirements, some are best practices and some are merely recommendations. Unless you’re an expert in privacy, it becomes very difficult to turn the GDPR’s framework into actionable takeaways.

Help is here

Learning all this material is time-consuming and generally impractical for any single team member to tackle on top of their existing job within the company. This is where Graphletter can help. We've painstakingly designed an expert system to translate the complexity of privacy compliance into a set of simple and straightforward solutions for your team. Our products are designed by privacy experts using the latest computational logic to help you derive actionable insights about your data protection posture without becoming a privacy expert yourself.

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