Why Should You Care About Privacy Compliance?
New privacy regulations grant individuals a series of rights over their data – including, for example, the right to disclosure, the right to erasure or the right to be forgotten.
When organizations don’t sufficiently protect those rights, affected individuals can bring civil cases or the regulator can levy significant fines.
You need to understand your data to be able to secure, govern and protect it – and if you’re anything like most organizations, much of your data is probably dark data that hides hotspots of noncompliant regulated data.
Because dark data is so diverse, traditional general data privacy vendors typically have critical gaps in their services:
They don’t dig deeply enough into difficult data repositories (i.e. email, file sharing, etc.).
They don’t help you visualize and contextualize your dark data to enable you to take action.
They usually replicate data for their own purposes, effectively doubling the existing problem.
Reveal Your Unstructured Data
By contrast, we specialize in data discovery for these dark data sources. Do all of the below in a hybrid-cloud service at very low cost and deployment footprint.
Discover Dark, Noncompliant Data in Seconds
Produce a comprehensive inventory across diverse unstructured data sources.
AI-Driven Privacy Risk Scoring
Use our proprietary data scoring to identify regulated data hotspots and prioritize business response for compliance.
One Comprehensive Dashboard
Visualize – in a single pane of glass – your dark data assets for efficient and defensible minimization action.
Monitor Privacy Compliance in Real Time
Identify behavior and change patterns to establish a sustainable governance and compliance program.
See ActiveNav in Action
Speak to a dark data discovery expert today and see how ActiveNav can help you comply with the growing number of new global and domestic privacy regulations, including CPRA, GDPR, HIPAA, LGPD, and more
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As enterprise risk management leaders take stock of the year ahead, the raft of imminent new privacy laws and regulations present a risk that organizations simply cannot afford to ignore.
A rising priority in organizations is compliance of data protection and privacy standards. Compliance teams are faced with the difficult task of drawing out common threads to help prioritize and identify data.