Governance and Compliance

Data Integrity is a key component in many regulations and directives

Environmental, Social and Governance

ESG criteria is directed at companies for assessing sustainability and ethical impacts in investment decisions.

  • Transparency and Trust

    Accurate ESG reporting builds trust, ensuring stakeholders that organizations aren't misrepresenting or "greenwashing" their initiatives.

  • Informed Decisions

    Data integrity underpins sound ESG-related decisions, mitigating risks and guiding sustainable practices for maximum impact.

  • Regulatory Compliance

    Ensuring data integrity is critical for adhering to ESG disclosure mandates, avoiding financial penalties and legal repercussions.

  • Operational Resilience

    Ensuring data integrity aligns with the NIS Directive's goal to maintain the uninterrupted availability of critical network and information systems.

  • Cybersecurity Assurance

    Data integrity underpins robust cybersecurity practices, crucial for NIS compliance, safeguarding essential services from malicious attacks.

  • Stakeholders Trust

    Upholding data integrity ensures stakeholders that NIS Directive requirements are met, promoting trust in digital services and infrastructure reliability.

Network & Information Systems

The NIS Directive is the EU's legal framework for cybersecurity, targeting essential services providers and digital service platforms across member states.

Digital Operational Resilience Act

DORA aimes to provide a comprehensive cybersecurity framework for the financial sector in the EU.

  • Reliable Auditing

    Data integrity is essential for accurate and consistent auditing, ensuring that financial entities' digital operations align with DORA's regulatory standards.

  • Transparency and Accountability

    By maintaining data integrity, financial firms can provide clear and verifiable records, streamlining regulatory audits and building confidence among stakeholders.

  • Risk Mitigation

    Accurate data aids in the identification of vulnerabilities during audits, ensuring that firms address potential threats in line with DORA's resilience objectives.

  • Trustworthy Data Processing

    Data integrity is key to GDPR's mandate for accurate, up-to-date personal data handling, ensuring individuals' rights protection.

  • Accountability & Compliance

    Ensuring data integrity helps organizations meet GDPR standards, demonstrating responsible data stewardship and avoiding hefty penalties.

  • Controlled Data Access

    Data integrity ensures that only authorized individuals access personal data, aligning with GDPR's emphasis on data access rights and security.

General Data Protection Regulation

The GDPR is the EU's comprehensive data privacy law, directed at organizations handling EU citizens' personal data, regardless of the organization's location.