Central Consent Manager

Centralised management software to handle data entries and consent as part of the GDPR regulations.

The Central Consent Manager centralises all of the information distributed over the various applications used by a company (CSR, CMS, etc.), becoming the hub for all your data entries and consent management.


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  • Who is this for?

    For all companies, organisations and local authorities of any size and in any sector, who need to enter data and manage consent.

  • What is this for?

    Our platform offer centralised management with a double opt-in for consent, data entry and user notices.

  • How does it work?

    You’ll have a management tool that lets you enter your company’s data and manage consent for your contacts. As such, you will have a permanently updated and time-stamped register. If you are inspected, you will have concrete proof of your compliance.

The principle behind the Central Consent Manager


The Central Consent Manager GDPR application allows you to manage and administer data processing registers and consent on a secure platform, using the following three functions:

  • All of the information associated with a data entry is kept in a register.
  • It manages your entries.
  • It manages your consent.

Central Consent Manager lets you meet terms 6*, 7*, 12, 13, 14, 15, 30 of the GDPR.

*For these articles, this resource must be part of an overall policy for full compliance.

Fully compliant personal data management

  • Rapid integration into
    your information system

  • Centralised and automatic consent management

  • An up-to-date register of the personal data entered into the system

  • Bolstered security for
    the consent of anyone involved

  • Guaranteed consent integrity and time-stamping

  • An easier way

    to stay compliant

Usage of our GDPR software

  • Double Opt-in

    1. An entry request is sent to the information service
    2. The information is sent
    3. A confirmation e-mail is sent (minimal identity verification)
    4. Confirmation
    5. Consent is recorded
  • Electronic signature

    1. An entry request is sent to the information service
    2. The information is sent
    3. Consent is signed off
  • Accountability Check by the regulatory authority

    1. An entry request is sent to the information service
    2. The list of entered consent is exported, with proof that it is wholly complete and time-stamped

Challenges and penalties of GDPR


After being set out by the European Union in December 2015, the GDPR will enter into force on 25 May 2018. This will oblige companies to identify the personal data in their possession as well as their methods of processing and protection, and its purpose is to:

  1. 1

    Harmonise

    regulations at the European level

  2. 2

    Promote company responsibility

  3. 3

    Strengthen

    the rights of persons

    (Right of information (Art. 13 and 14) / Right of access (Art. 15) / Right of rectification (Art. 16) / Right of deletion (Art. 17) / Right of limitation (Art. 18) / Right to portability (Art. 20) / Automated decision-making (Art. 22)

Administrative penalties

The protection authorities may:

  • Issue a warning ;
  • Issue notice to a company ;
  • Temporarily or definitively limit processing ;
  • Suspend data flows ;
  • Order that requests for the exercise of the rights of persons be granted ;
  • Order the rectification, limitation or deletion of data.

Financial penalties

Depending on the category of infringement, these may amount to 10 million EUR or 20 million EUR or, in the case of a company, between 2% and 4% of the overall annual turnover, whichever is greater.