To maintain data privacy, you need to know what data you have and where
Organizations with well-defined, easy-to-use, and appropriately monitored data management processes and tools are better equipped to manage privacy obligations.
Data classification means better data privacy
The RecordPoint platform automatically analyzes and classifies records so you can appropriately reflect the sensitivity of information, such as PII and PCI. Rather than assuming an all-encompassing impermeable fortress, you can ensure that private data is protected accordingly.
Ensure personal information is not retained longer than required
Data minimization is increasingly important to reduce risk as you can be in violation of the GDPR and other regulations if you are holding private data for too long. The RecordPoint platform allows for retention schedules with associated disposition actions, so private data authorized for destruction is permanently destroyed once it is no longer required.
Timely turnaround on requests for personal information builds trust
People have a right to their personal information and data, but this data can exist in many unstructured formats, including documents, chat logs, texts, and emails. RecordPoint connectors bring consistency to your data management no matter where the personal data lives.
Ensure compliance with essential privacy standards and regulations
Data privacy needs good data management
It’s not possible to make good data decisions if you can’t appropriately classify and understand your data. Scalable, consistent, and accurate governance enables teams to solve the data privacy challenge.
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.
ChatGPT: Is this popular new technology a threat to privacy?
In this month's FILED Newsletter, how do AI tools like ChatGPT impact privacy? 5 questions boards and execs should ask about data privacy. Looking for a new dev role? Try the dark web.