Nymity LawTables™ is a sophisticated, web-based software solution that generates powerful Rules tables, maps, and lists based on the legal requirements for over 550 privacy laws and regulations. Unprecedented anywhere in the world, Nymity LawTables™ is built upon years of research, compiled in the underlying compliance Rules library conducted by Nymity’s team of privacy and data protection experts. Rules of Law in Nymity LawTables™ are updated daily empowering the privacy office to leverage readily available legal research to support cross-jurisdictional initiatives and compliance.

Ideal for:

  • Privacy officers who need multijurisdictional reports on Rules of Law

  • Privacy Lawyers & Law firms conducting research on Rules of Law in order to advise clients

Key Benefits:

Quickly Identifying Common Legal Requirements Across Jurisdictions

Nymity LawTables™ helps the privacy office identify common requirements across jurisdictions and identify jurisdictions with additional requirements (outliers).

Easy Reporting with ‘On-Demand ‘ Drill Down Reports for Rules of Law

At any time, view the actual text of the Rule, in English. If desired, easily send a copy of the Rule to other stakeholders in the organization.

Mapping Privacy Management Program to Rules of Law that Require Evidence

Nymity LawTables™ helps the privacy office to assess compliance of documentation or identify areas to which no documentation exists by mapping Rules of Law directly to the privacy management program.

Rules of Law Updated Daily by Nymity's Team of Experts

Nymity LawTables™ is powered by a Rules library that is maintained by Nymity’s Research team, made up of privacy professionals dedicated to ensuring the Rules library is accurate and complete. Nymity’s team of privacy and data protection professionals add new laws and also continually update existing laws as they are amended, which is equally important. With Nymity LawTables™, the privacy office no longer needs to worry about incomplete or out of date information.

Reduce of privacy risk

Ultimately, the Nymity LawTables™ solution enables the privacy office to reduce privacy risk.

CPE Credits

The use of Nymity LawTables™ is eligible for earning CPE credits. The more a subscriber uses Nymity LawTables™ the more CPE credits they will earn. CPE credits are calculated based on a proprietary, confidential algorithm created in co-operation with Nymity and the IAPP. Some restrictions apply. Any unauthorized use of Nymity LawTables™ will forfeit any CPE credits a subscriber has earned.

Customized Rules Tables

Generate and download specific Rules tables, for example, consent Rules for multiple laws. Nymity LawTables™ allows for easy identification of laws with consent requirements and the quick creation of a table of Rules for the laws of interest.

Customizable Compliance Heat Maps

Generate and download compliance heat maps for presentations and reporting. Select a criterion, for example, outsourcing, and generate a compliance heat map of the countries with privacy laws that restrict an organization from outsourcing the processing of personal data.

Online Investigation of Rules of Law 

Prior to generating a Rules table, investigate the Rules dynamically using expert filters. For example, investigate cross-border transfer Rules in Spain, Italy, France, and Germany.

Instant Drill Down Reports to Rules of Law

At any time, view the actual text of the Rule, in English. If desired, easily send a copy of the Rule to other stakeholders in the organization. For example, send the Rule for employee monitoring in Germany to the HR department. 

Complete Global Coverage

With over 550 privacy and data protection laws, regulations, and codes, Nymity strives to meet 100% coverage. For example, in the USA alone there are a total of 4,969 Rules (as of March 30, 2015).

Rules Tables based on Multiple Criteria

Create Rules tables based on a wide variety of criteria, including Business Activities (e.g. Privacy Impact Assessments, Employee Monitoring), Privacy Principles (e.g. Consent), Countries (e.g. Mexico), Data Type (e.g. Customer), and others.

Rules Required to Demonstrate Compliance

Another first, Nymity LawTables™ identifies which Rules of law require evidence to demonstrate compliance. For example, there are 7 laws with a total of 8 Rules in Asia Pacific that have Rules for training employees, the most in any region of the world.

Customization for Your Countries

Configure Nymity LawTables™ to automatically focus on applicable countries. For example, if you are responsible for Asia-Pacific you can set up your law tables to reflect the countries in Asia Pacific where your organization operates, or set it up to exclude results from countries in which it does not.

Support and Training by Experts

LiveChat with the Nymity Customer Success Team which consists of experienced privacy and data protection professionals. For example, if you have a specific question related to the Rules for Notice that require evidence versus Notice Rules in general, simply contact us via LiveChat, phone support, or email support. 

Precedents On-Demand

All Rules link to relevant case law and regulator decisions to provide guidance on compliance expectations from authorities.

The following are example use cases that provide information on how organizations use Nymity LawTables™ and the justification necessary:

  1. Rationalizing Rules Sets

    Nymity LawTables™ helps the privacy office identify common requirements across jurisdictions and identify the jurisdictions with additional requirements (often referred to as outliers).
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  2. Mapping Accountability to Compliance 

    Assess compliance of documentation or identify areas to which no documentation exists by mapping Rules of law directly to your privacy management program.
    View Business Case

  3. Building Tables to Demonstrate Compliance

    Identification of the required Rules of law to demonstrate compliance to management, business partners, and Regulators has historically been a challenge, even for organizations that must only comply in a single jurisdiction. Nymity LawTables™ enables the privacy office to quickly identify the Rules of law that require Evidence, and to demonstrate compliance.
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  4. Enabling the Business to Manage and Maintain Compliance

    In some organizations, the privacy office functions in an advisory role (sometimes referred to as “second line”) and is responsible for enabling the business (sometimes referred to as “first line”) to make decisions.
    View Business Case

  5. Mapping Your Privacy Policy to Laws

    Nymity pre-configures your organization’s internal privacy policy into the Nymity LawTables™ Rules Library. The privacy office then uses Nymity LawTables™ to automatically map your privacy policy to any law, with the option of using expert filters.
    View Business Case

  6. Mapping Your Binding Corporate Rules to Laws

    Nymity pre-configures your organization’s Binding Corporate Rules (BCRs) into the Nymity LawTables™ Rules Library and then Nymity LawTables™ automatically maps your BCRs to any law.
    View Business Case

The following are frequently asked questions  about the Nymity LawTables™ solution:

I am current subscriber customer of Nymity PrivaWorks® -  why has Nymity LawTables™ been developed?
Is Nymity LawTables™ available for PrivaWorks Customers?
I am a customer of the new Nymity Research™ Solution - do I need to purchase Nymity LawTables™?
May I share content available in Nymity LawTables™ within my organization?
Does Nymity offer consulting services?
May I share my account credentials with multiple users?
How often are the laws updated?
Will I be informed of new laws and changes in laws?
I would only like summary charts and tables - is Nymity LawTables™ the right solution for me?
I would only like summary analysis - is Nymity LawTables™ the right solution?
Do I need to subscribe to the Nymity Research™ solution to use LawTables™?
How do I decide between subscribing to Nymity LawTables™ and Nymity MofoNotes®?
Is Nymity LawTables™ a complicated solution?
Does Nymity rely on external law firms?
Does Nymity promote or recommend Law Firms?



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