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The Transcend Guide to Privacy

Welcome to the Transcend. You'll find comprehensive guides and documentation to help you start working with Transcend as quickly as possible, as well as support if you get stuck. Let's jump right in!

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Welcome to Transcend

This page will help you get started with Transcend. You'll be up and running in no time!

Why Transcend?

Customers want control

Privacy is more than compliance. Brands, legal teams and engineers should embrace privacy and empower their customers to choose how their personal data gets used. Customers just want to be respected, so giving them data rights should be a point of pride!

The problem is implementation

Most of us can agree that we want to give our customers choices, but the problem is implementation. That's why we created Transcend. Our goal is to make granting data privacy rights as simple as connecting to an API.

What does Transcend do?

Or, "What features does Transcend save you from building in-house?"

Transcend handles the entire Data Subject Request - Data Subject Request - (DSR) This is a request by the data subject to access, erase, port, or rectify their personal data. It also includes objections to the processing of personal data and requests to restrict the processing of personal data. fulfillment process. That includes:

  • A consumer interface to submit DSRs (The Privacy Center)
  • An interface for internal legal and support teams to manage requests
  • Secure identity verification of requestor
  • Querying data in SaaS tools (e.g. data sitting in Stripe, Intercom, Google Analytics)
  • Sending upload forms to data owners
  • Orchestrating data compilation across many data silos
  • Response report generation, data download link, visualization
  • Long-term maintenance of data integrations
  • Long-term support for changing regulations
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Once you've signed up:

To start using Transcend, you need to set up two things:

1. Your Privacy Center

On the Privacy Center tab, describe your data practice by specifying the data you collect, how you use it, and who you share it with.
Get started with the Privacy Center →

2. Your Data Map

On the Data Map page, identify where you store personal data in your organization.
Get started with the Data Map →