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1touch.io Launches First Privacy Management and Control Solution Purpose-Built for GDPR

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According to a new press release, “Technology startup 1touch.io today launched the first data and privacy management & control solution born of the enormous growth of privacy regulation globally that is based on real time network analytics. Specifically designed to meet the stringent requirements of the General Data Protection Directive (GDPR), as well as those of HIPAA, PCI DSS and other regulations, the 1touch.io suite of solutions provides continuously updated visibility into the data flows within an organization, enabling privacy and security stakeholders to locate all personal data, be it known or unknown, structured or unstructured, in motion or at rest.”

The release goes on, “GDPR sets the guidelines for how global organizations store, process and share personal data collected from organizations established in the EU in order to protect data subject rights. Unfortunately, organizations are increasingly storing personal data in unsecured locations within local and network storage, email, the cloud and other areas of ‘shadow IT.’  This creates security risks and non-compliance with many regulations. Existing data discovery and business process mapping solutions are labor-intensive and non-comprehensive, requiring users to classify every piece of data and track location details, yet providing no insight into network data flows. 1touch.io is a leading solution that maps the organization’s personal data flow to business processes, outlining how information is being shared within the network and with partners and international organizations.  It is also able to auto-classify, i.e. identify and categorize data by type with no user intervention.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

Photo credit: 1touch.io

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