The Challenge:

The transportation industry has always moved us across geographic boundaries, but today, it’s pushing digital boundaries as well. Airlines, automobile manufacturers and other types of transportation companies are collecting and sharing increasing amounts of customer data. Customers trust these businesses with vast amounts of sensitive personal information, including passport information, drivers’ license numbers and payment card data.

Travel and transportation companies must understand where this sensitive data is stored so they can protect it, while also meeting evolving compliance regulations. Beyond customer information, transportation organizations have to secure the same type of critical data as most businesses — including employee and company information.

Trusted across multiple industries, including the world’s top airlines, car rental companies, government transport licensing agencies and vehicle manufacturers

Discover over 300 predefined and variant types of data, including PII types from all 27 EU countries in accordance with GDPR

Ensure compliance with GDPR, CCPA, PDPA, PCI DSS 4.0 and other regulations, including many regional and country specific legislations

Thousands of companies trust us to discover their sensitive data, including Qantas, Air New Zealand and Virgin Atlantic

The Solution:

Enterprise Recon by Ground Labs delivers advanced discovery, management and remediation capabilities for all critical data across on-prem and cloud environments.


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