Your business depends on data — and data governance
To deliver on your data governance frameworks and policies, you need a full lifecycle solution from data inventory, categorization, privacy and minimization.
Good data governance starts with a comprehensive inventory
Gain enterprise-wide visibility of all your available data assets. Reliable and continuous data inventory means your organization has a deep understanding of all your data and where it lives.
Implement your data governance framework and policies
The RecordPoint platform gives you the tools to execute your data governance frameworks and policies. Consolidate all your data sources, create your own file plan and retention schedules, set data categorization rules, and activate automated data categorization.
Intelligent data classification powered by AI & ML
Use RecordPoint to classify data in various functional and security categories. Use your own rules and machine learning (ML) to train your classification model or our intelligence signaling helps locate sensitive data and ROT.
Ensure compliance with essential data governance standards and regulations
The only true SaaS player to formally complete a third-party IRAP assessment
Our IRAP assessment, performed by an independent third-party assessor, provides you with the assurance that we are committed to the ongoing improvement of our security posture and practices that meet the stringent requirements of the Australian Government.
Can ChatGPT and other large language models streamline records management?
Large language models like ChatGPT hold enormous promise for records management, streamlining records management tasks like text classification and making it easier to ensure compliance
Navigating the complex landscape of data protection laws in Canada: What you need to know
A comprehensive guide to Canadian data protection laws to equip your business with the knowledge and tools needed to stay compliant, mitigate risks, and avoid costly fines.
The ultimate guide to Personal Data, Personal Information, Personally Identifiable Information and Sensitive information
Organizations need to embed privacy into their systems and processes to gain an advantage and gain customer trust. But first, they need to understand the sensitive data they have, and how to classify it. This means they need to learn to separate their PI from their PII. This guide explains the differences between each of these terms.