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Introducing DMaaS: Data Mapping as a Service

November 09, 2020 | By Marissa Wharton

P3: The Project Privacy Podcast 

The Podcast That Helps You Understand The Evolving Data Privacy Landscape

“Organizations have really lacked a way of dealing with data in the wild…”

Sound like a familiar struggle? As the amount of data and information collected and stored continues to grow, organizations must utilize a tool that allows them a “single-pane-of-glass” view into their data. Enter: Data Mapping as a Service, or DMaaS.

On this episode of P3 – the Project Privacy Podcast – Rich Hale, CTO, ActiveNav and Jeff Dunning, Sales Engineer – New Products, ActiveNav, define the new product category and explain the relevance of data mapping. Maintaining a data map using a tool such as ACTIVE-Inventory is the key to understanding data health factors such as staleness, redundancy, and obsolescence to rank risk and identify common data problems. By simply mapping and understanding where data resides, organizations can bolster governance programs, comply with privacy regulations, and identify and protect sensitive data. The episode is available now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and everywhere you listen to your podcasts.

Unlocking the true value of your organization’s data is possible. Data mapping is the key. Tune in to learn more and subscribe to the podcast to never miss an episode!

On this episode, you’ll learn:

– What is Data Mapping as a Service?
– The risks of failing to truly understand your data universe
– How ACTIVE-Inventory can help your organization wrangle data in the wild

 Show Links:

P3 on Spotify
P3 on Apple Podcasts
More on ACTIVE-Inventory
More on DMaaS

Marissa Wharton
Marissa is ActiveNav's busy Events Coordinator, responsible for planning and executing events around the [now virtual] world.