Times have changed, compliance is key and keeping data up to date has never been more important.
Article 5 of the General Data Protection Regulations is clear - it requires that data is relevant, accurate and kept up to date, and states that 'every reasonable step must be taken' to meet these requirements.
Effectively identifying deceased records within your data is a vital part of the process, and that's where Mortascreen can help.
Mortascreen has long been the trusted solution and market leader for deceased data management. It enables businesses to effectively identify deceased records at the earliest opportunity using only fully verified notifications of death.
If compliance is your priority, which it should be, then Mortascreen should be your choice.
All our data is fully verified and sourced from exclusive partnerships which include funeral directors, financial institutions and a consumer registration service. Mortascreen does not include any unverified deaths such as mailing returns, assumed deaths due to lack of financial activity, or unverified third party deaths.
Mortascreen contains the details of over 10 million deceased individuals spanning over two decades. Around 10,000 new notifications are added each week, many of these deaths which have taken place in the previous two weeks. Data is processed on a daily basis and outputs available weekly or monthly to suit your business requirements.
Mortascreen has a long-standing pedigree of providing data from established and trusted data sources. It is the only file to hold full date of death, thus giving companies peace of mind that only legitimate records will be suppressed. We are trusted by over 3,000 businesses who rely on our service and industry experience.
Under the new regulations, breach could incur penalties of up to 4% of global turnover, or €20 million, whichever is the greater.
As the UK's largest and most comprehensive source of verified deceased data, Mortascreen can help your business achieve its objectives of clean, compliant data.
Don't risk costly fines, or your reputation. Call us today.
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