Io-Tahoe Releases Enhanced Smart Data Discovery Solution

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A new press release states, “Io-Tahoe, a pioneer in smart data discovery and AI-driven data catalog products, in its efforts to continue to transform the data discovery market, today announced it has released the latest version of its Smart Data Discovery platform with enhanced PII and Sensitive Data Discovery capabilities. Leveraging Io-Tahoe’s advanced technology and machine learning algorithms, Io-Tahoe is now positioned to help companies solve the complex challenge of regulatory compliance with an automated, AI-driven approach to discover, understand and catalog PII (Personally Identifiable Information) and other sensitive data covered by the forthcoming California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), as well as other major privacy regulations worldwide.”

Oksana Sokolovsky, Io-Tahoe’s Chief Executive Officer, commented, “The potential penalties from violating CCPA could easily run into millions of dollars. Deploying Io-Tahoe as part of an overall regulatory compliance solution enables firms to move away from a reactive position and get a handle on what sensitive data they have, where it is located and why they have it. Without understanding this critical foundational component of the enterprise landscape, the required policies and controls to protect data cannot be put in place.”

The release adds, “The Io-Tahoe platform allows organizations to quickly detect sensitive data in structured, semi-structured and some unstructured formats. Io-Tahoe also provides enterprise subject matter experts with the ability to add and modify company or industry specific policies within minutes for even more thorough detection of PII and sensitive data. Leveraging its machine learning algorithms and artificial intelligence to automate the data discovery process, Io-Tahoe supports companies with developing new insights into their PII footprint within weeks, without any burden on SMEs (Subject Matter Experts), so the organization can focus on remediation activities.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

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