The General Data Protection Regulartion (GDPR) will go into effect for much of Europe on May 25, 2018, and the downside for non-compliance is huge. Keeping data in a state for GDPR compliance is much harder than it sounds. Many organizations keep track of their most critical systems, but lack a comprehensive catalog of all their data, including development, test, production, data warehouse, and backup systems.
Read this analyst report if you are struggling to answer any of the following questions as they relate to GDPR:
- How do we automate the process of identifying and reporting on GDPR-regulated data?
- Where is the data protected by GDPR located across all of our data sources? We aren't sure where to even find it.
- How can you “forget” someone if you don’t know where their data is located in the first place?
- Where did the protected data come from and where it is going? What is its lineage?
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