To be confident your organization is compliant with ever-changing legislation and regulation, you need a solution that covers the whole data lifecycle from ingestion, inventory, categorization, privacy, and minimization.
Reliable and continuous data inventory means your organization can proactively manage compliance, which reduces risk exposure over time. When you have a deep understanding of all your data, where it lives, and the sensitivity of the data, you can prioritize information management projects accordingly.
RecordPoint automatically analyzes and classifies records and then flags them for retention, disposition, or hold based on content in files and records. This includes personally identifiable information (PII) and payment card information (PCI) data to comply with regulations like GDPR and others that are unique to your industry.
The RecordPoint Data Trust platform allows you to configure your own file structure and rules for categorization and disposal. No matter where data is entering your system, you can actively monitor it and set up customizable rules to meet your requirements.
Ensure compliance with essential privacy standards and regulations
Our IRAP assessment, performed by an independent third-party assessor, confirms our commitment to the ongoing improvement of our security posture and practices to meet the stringent requirements of the Australian Government.
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