GDPR: Gain Visibility and Control of your Customers' Data

Your Data Protection Officer has a lot on his/her plate. They must have total visibility into where content sits in the organization to fulfill right of access, right to erasure, right of portability, and other requirements to demonstrate compliance with GDPR. A failure to comply can lead to crippling fines.

Help your DPO sleep at night by ensuring total visibility and control of your customers’ data. This includes where data resides, which employees have access to it, and what they are doing with it. Providing unified access to the systems that hold customer data and enabling it to be shared securely will give your DPO peace of mind.

Key Takeaways:

  • Gain visibility into data shared with external processors
  • Block a data processor from getting data
  • Track how data flows through your organization

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Demonstrate compliance with GDPR by ensuring total visibility and control of your customers' data.