NPC launches user-friendly online system for faster and easier data breach notification management and reporting

On April 20, 2022, the National Privacy Commission (NPC) held its virtual launching of
the Data Breach Notification Management System (DBNMS), a user-friendly interface that
facilitates easy tracking and faster submission of Personal Data Breach Notifications and Annual
Security Incident Reports.

The DBNMS is a standardized and automated system, making it easier for personal
information controllers (PICs) to submit Personal Data Breach Notification as required by NPC
Circular No. 16-03
and Annual Security Incident Reports. The DBNMS addresses the limitations
of manual submission and processing, as well as increases public transparency by allowing PICs
to access pertinent and real-time information on their data breach notification.

Privacy Commissioner John Henry D. Naga told more than 800 event participants from
both the public and private sector that the DBNMS is part of the NPC’s efforts to develop new
and digitized ways to better serve the Filipinos.

“The National Privacy Commission’s vision to further protect and uphold data privacy
rights goes hand-in-hand with embracing emerging technologies that will revolutionize data
privacy and protection. Hence, the NPC continuously adopts and implements digitization of our
processes to efficiently achieve our objectives,” Naga said.

A PIC, including those with multiple branches or offices, can only have one account in the
DBNMS. If the PIC has other related companies or entities, each company or entity must register
in the system under separate accounts. The company or entity is responsible for maintaining and
submitting its reporting requirements to the NPC.

With the launch of the DBNMS, the NPC will no longer accept Breach Notification and
Annual Security Incident Report submissions except through the DBMNS online platform. Thus,
submissions through email, personal filing, ordinary mail, licensed courier service, and any other
mode of physical submission shall not be considered as valid.

To use the DBNMS, head to For other concerns relating
to the system, email [email protected].