ERP systems lawfully collect and store data for the purpose of executing the regular business processes of a company. Privacy law covers the case of investigating on a case-by-case basis for given clues for e.g. an error or a criminal offense. However, this exemption does not cover a continuous analysis of audit data and screening for fraud evidence. (Source: “Privacy Compliant Internal Fraud Screening” by Ulrich Flegel, http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-3-8348-9788-6_19)
REMEDYNE Continuous Monitoring also has checks delivered by REMEDYNE that use personal data as defined by law in the EU and countries world-wide (for example, user IDs; see e.g. http://ec.europa.eu/justice/data-protection/).
To stay compliant with applicable law in your country, you can deactivate checks that use personal data.
Furthermore REMEDYNE has a built-in data protection mode that can be switched on easily and that will remove all personal data from alerts that REMEDYNE will create.