Aircloak Insights allows organizations to make use of protected data by anonymizing it for analysis so that the results can be shared without restrictions under GDPR. The solution consists of two pieces of software (the Air web frontend and the Cloak anonymization engine) running on two Docker containers for virtualization on Windows and Linux. It works with most popular databases, including a large set of SQL databases.
GDPR maintenance tools
BigID BigOps is a scanning tool that uses machine learning to continuously track changes in PII across the production and development environments in the data center or cloud. Machine learning allows the software to understand known personal data and its contexts, and then discover and catalog all personal data across the data stores. It integrates with automation frameworks such as Jenkins to monitor changes to the data across the development lifecycle, helping to ensure that it remains in compliance with GDPR requirements. It also helps with requirements for data breach response by allowing an organization to compare its data with that in a purloined data dump to determine within minutes if there has been a breach.
OneTrust privacy management software platform automates tasks to enable continued compliance with GDPR requirements for website cookies and maintenance of subject request portals. OneTrust conducts ongoing scans of an organization’s web pages to identify and categorize cookies and provides a transparent mechanism for obtaining required cookie consents. The cookie compliance solution includes continuous scanning against a database of 5.5 million cookies. Organizations also can use OneTrust to create a portal and branded web form to deal with user requests for managing PII under GDPR. It can track and document user requests and the organization’s response.
More on GDPR:
- General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requirements, deadlines and facts
- Preparing for GDPR compliance: Where you need to be now and how to get there
- What are the GDPR requirements?
- Identity data in the world of GDPR
- Blockchain technology may not be the best solution for GDPR compliance
- GDPR explained: What you need to know about the EU's data protection rules
- GDPR – What security pros need to know about the new era of privacy regulations
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