India’s PDPB has been passed by parliament in early 2021 and add India to the growing list of countries with unique compliance regulations. Although the law will be new, the stakes to meet compliance are high. Even with a seemingly minor infraction of the law an entity can be fined 2% of a company’s global annual revenue and the penalty can increase to 4% when a major violation occurs.
Identify and secure PII on an ongoing basis to maintain compliance with India’s PDPB
Ground Labs’ Enterprise Recon empowers companies to identify and remediate sensitive data across their entire network, including data located on workstations, servers, database systems, emails or cloud storage platforms.
How Ground Labs Can Help Ensure PDPB Compliance
Identify over 300 different types of data and file formats, including data stored in servers, on desktops, email, and databases, on prem and in the cloud, operating systems, email servers, and database servers.
Support PDPB compliance obligations with custom reporting and analytics available in the Enterprise Recon dashboard.
Discover data that is stored on legacy or older systems.
Search within both structured and unstructured data sources including files, databases, emails, cloud, big data
Low resource requirements that allow mission-critical
Be prepared for any future changes to PDPB or other changing regulations.
Reduce the time required to map, analyze and remediate data before being transferred overseas into cloud storage.
Execute a proactive approach to data security — as opposed to a reactive approach that relies on damage control post-breach — to build a stronger foundation of trust within your organization.
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