Defensible Data Disposal
Leverage our powerful workflows to identify and remediate redundant, obsolete, and trivial data
Comply with privacy regulations
Remove over-retained data to facilitate compliance with evolving privacy regulations and align with future laws
Reduce your DSAR surface area
With a smaller data footprint you can respond quickly to data subject access requests (DSARs)
Lower your risk exposure
Reduce your exposure to judicial and regulatory fines in the event of a data breach
Optimize storage costs
Lower your storage costs and free up valuable resources by disposing of excess records
Find the information you need
Improve the findability of information for your employees as they won't need to search through outdated content
Improve customer trust
By handling you customer’s data responsibly they are more likely to put their trust in your brand
Bigger is not better when it comes to personal data. Companies that put data minimization practices in place are better positioned to meet the challenges of today’s regulatory environment.
Data minimization means limiting the amount of personal data collected to only what is needed for a specific purpose and retained only for as long as necessary or as required by law.Apply Now
Yes, there are several laws that mention this principle. In the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), data minimization is a named principle, Article 5. In the US, the HIPPA Minimum Necessary Rule states “A covered entity must make reasonable efforts to limit the scope of the PHI it uses, discloses or requests to the minimum necessary to accomplish the intended purpose of the use, disclosure, or request.” The Brazilian General Data Protection Law (LGPD) also sets forth the need for data minimization. While other regulations like the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) don’t state minimization directly, they include similar concepts around collection limitation.Apply Now
Minimization concepts should be built in during the earliest phases of a data accumulation program. You should always consider why your organization might retain any category of content in the first place, and then build your processes around that.Apply Now
Yes! The workflows are defensibly documented. We have domestic and international retention rules for records.Apply Now
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I was recently asked by my friends at Relativity to submit a prediction for a New Year’s webinar and here was my prognostication: 2019 will be the year that “data minimization” finally becomes in vogue. The combination of privacy (GDPR, CCPA, etc.) and cyber (23 NYCRR 500) regul...
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