The Challenge:

For many businesses, the most valuable data they hold is customer information – much of which is personal information, governed by data protection and privacy regulation and legislation. People buy from and work with companies they trust. Protecting this data and respecting individuals’ privacy rights is fundamental to brand reputation and future business potential.

Over 135 countries have enacted data protection and privacy legislation, all demanding businesses meet the basic privacy principles of legitimate need, accuracy and security of personal data throughout its lifecycle. With many of these laws operating cross-border, and with penalties including criminal prosecution and multi-million-dollar fines, organizations need to ensure their data management practices meet the most stringent of privacy laws and data security standards.

The Solution:

Fundamental to achieving data security and privacy compliance is to know your data: what you have, why you have it, how you got it, what you do with it, and where you keep it.

Enterprise Recon powered by GLASS Technology™ is the quickest and most accurate discovery software on the market, enabling rapid data discovery, risk scoring, data classification and remediation-in-place across the broadest set of platforms.


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