This first step in any review is creating a launch. Then it’s time to assign reviewers and start identifying and mitigating risks. While we tend to focus on privacy, TerraTrue can help any team — from security to engineering to marketing — review and approve launches before they go live.
The launch review process typically involves three simple steps:
Assigning reviewers is simple. From the launch summary page, click underneath each review team and select the user you’d like to complete the review. Once assigned, reviewers will get notifications when changes are made to the launch, when the due date is approaching, and more.
Completing a Data Spec is the first step in the privacy review process. Data Specs are quick workflows that help you document how a launch will collect, use, retain, and share personal data. Data Specs are usually completed by product managers, designers, or engineers that are working on the launch. To start a Data Spec, just click the “Begin Data Spec” button on the launch summary page.
If you’re working on a launch that doesn’t need a Data Spec, you can simply click the “Not Required” toggle next to the Data Spec. This is most common when your launch doesn’t collect or use personal data in new ways.
Completing a Privacy Worksheet is the final step in the privacy workflow. When the Data Spec is completed, the Privacy Worksheet will automatically unlock. Privacy Worksheets are usually completed by a privacy specialist, like a privacy or product counsel. If you’re responsible for completing the Privacy Worksheet, simply click “Begin Privacy Worksheet” on the launch summary page to get started.
When the Privacy Worksheet is complete and any recommendations are addressed, the review is finished. Reviewers can update their status by clicking on their initials and selecting from Not Started, In Progress, Complete, Rejected, Blocked, or Not Needed.