Today, I read an article in “De Tijd” about the top concerns of the latest Global Risk Report of the World Economic Forum (WEF). The three most important topics are climate-related – which was what the journalist of De Tijd used to create a catchy front page headline – yet the two others out of the top-5 are data-related. And that is also big news. It means that countries worry about the theft (and hence the protection) of personal data. IDlegcy, of course, would love to be part of the protection if that can be done in line with respect for the stakeholder relationship.
Source ‘De Tijd’ and ‘WEF’.
IDlegcy is a Belgian-Estonian — hence European — project. We have a great development team in Tallinn, the capital of the country where Skype, Pipedrive, and parts of the Blockchain were invented. Mikk, Joonas, Kaspar, Arni, and Karel are working hard to get two apps out.
One app is I.CNTRL.ME. It’s a free web app that can be used by every individual to control all their GDPR rights from one place. I.CNTRL.ME is ready to launch by the end of Q1 in 2019.
The other app is I.CNTRL.IT, which is going to be thé web application for GDPR teams to manage the flow of correspondence that goes along with the respectful treatment of the personal data of their stakeholders. I.CNTRL.IT will also be released in its MVP version by the end of Q1 in 2019.
Read more info about these products here.