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Helping Businesses In Light Of The Coronavirus Pandemic

News ¦ April 7th, 2020, 10:00 pm

We are going through a period of extreme uncertainty and fear. As many of you, we are concerned about our own health, the health of our loved ones, the economic viability of our companies, and the world-economy as a whole.

At Datawallet, we have been working on several initiatives to try to help out our fellow businesses and larger community to get through this challenging time. Below is an overview of everything we prepared. 

Overview of loans and grants available in the light of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic

We compiled a quick overview with the grants and loans currently available in the U.S. and Germany, including which steps to take to get the application process started. 

DOWNLOAD OVERVIEW OF FINANCING PROGRAMS IN THE U.S. (focused on federal programs and the states of NY, CA, and DE)

DOWNLOAD OVERVIEW OF FINANCING PROGRAMS IN GERMANY (focused on federal programs and the state of Berlin)

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We completely understand that compliance with privacy laws is not on most people’s mind right now. But even with the world seemingly at a standstill, GDPR is still being enforced and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) enforcement date of July 1st is still steadily moving closer. Datawallet Essentials takes minutes to set up and covers the most important CCPA and GDPR compliance requirements.

  • Free trial until December 31st In order to help companies achieve compliance without any economic burden, we’re giving away Datawallet Essentials for free until 2021.

  • 50% discount for the first year To provide additional assistance, all companies that sign up before July 1st, 2020 will also receive a 50% discount for all of 2021 (after the free trial ends).

START FREE TRIAL (no payment information required)

Additional resources

Helpful Blog Post:  How Businesses Should Handle Privacy In Light Of The COVID-19 Outbreak

Data Protection Impact Assessment template In order to help stop the spread of the virus, many companies have started collecting and sharing additional types of personal information: They are asking their staff about their health conditions via surveys, taking temperatures and more. To help them meet their legal requirements under the CCPA and GDPR, and make sure that they are balancing public health against their employees’ privacy rights correctly, we prepared a template DPIA.

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Working from Home securely - checklist for managers and IT We created a Working from Home Checklist for managers and IT-personnel to help your business make the switch to remote-working. Following this checklist will help you get your staff ready to work easily and effectively, without compromising security.

Working From Home Securely: A Checklist For Managers And IT 

The coronavirus pandemic is forcing businesses around the world to make the switch to fully digital operations in record time. Already approximately half of the US states have imposed certain lockdown measures, with New York and California currently enforcing the most drastic measures, forcing businesses to be resourceful and act fast. As a result, working from home is becoming the standard for businesses of all sizes and industries. 
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