DB CyberTech Launches GDPR Continuous Monitoring Solution

A recent press release reports, “DB CyberTech, a pioneer in machine learning based predictive data loss prevention, today announced advanced data classification for structured data as a new capability of their security and privacy platform. This new capability supports compliance with EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). DB CyberTech’s advanced data classification utilizes natural language […]

Data Architecture and Artificial Intelligence: How Do They Work Together?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is rapidly gaining ground as core business competency. Today’s Machine Learning (ML) or Deep Learning (DL) algorithms promise to revolutionize business models and processes, restructure workforces, and transform data infrastructures to enhance process efficiency and improve decision-making throughout the enterprise. Gone are the days of data silos and manual algorithms. However, Why […]

Data Modeling and NoSQL: Innovation and Flexibility

Hackolade offers an array of Data Modeling tools designed for various NoSQL databases. Their software is user-friendly, while providing powerful graphics. These features, combined with flexible HTML model documentation, provide a visual blueprint for each application. Hackolade’s output is similar to a CAD printout produced by a draftsman or architect. The blueprint promotes discussion. Pascal […]

Tealium Leads Industry with Enhanced Privacy and Consent Functionality

by Angela Guess According to a new press release, “Tealium, the leader in real-time customer data solutions and enterprise tag management, has announced enhanced features of its privacy and consent management tools within the Tealium Universal Data Hub. The company’s Privacy and Consent Manager empowers organizations to manage user preferences, affirmative consent handling, and granular […]

GDPR: From Panic to Practical Response

The countdown to the May 25, 2018 General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) enforcement deadline is almost at zero, causing some organizations to panic, and others to procrastinate, hoping for a miracle. A whitepaper by ASG Technologies compiled with Forbes entitled Make Time for GDPR includes recent figures from Veritas suggesting that: “86% of organizations worldwide […]

Second Annual GDPR Readiness Report Reveals That 60% of Organizations Are in the Dark

by Angela Guess A new press release reports, “AvePoint, an industry leader in data protection solutions, and the Centre for Information Policy Leadership (CIPL), a global privacy and cybersecurity think tank, published the 2nd annual Organisational Readiness for the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) report today. The report tracks GDPR implementation efforts of […]

Healthcare Companies Struggle to Comply with GDPR Data Privacy Regulations

Click to learn more about author Stuart Tarmy. Automated Data Discovery must come first and is essential for compliance. The upcoming EU (European Union) GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) prescribes large penalties and fines for non-compliance on all companies that conduct business with consumers in the EU. The healthcare industry, which includes managed healthcare, pharmaceutical, medical […]

ASG Technologies Announces New Capabilities for Ensuring Sustainable GDPR Compliance

by Angela Guess According to a new press release, “ASG Technologies, a leading provider of proven solutions for information access, management and control, today announced enhanced capabilities of its Enterprise Data Intelligence solution, that specifically help customers ensure continual compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). By locating, identifying and classifying personal data across […]

IoT and GDPR: Microshare Announces Data Convergence That Pits the Bold Against the Cautious

by Angela Guess According to a recent press release, “The European Union’s forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will reshape the rules of data management and raise both the cost of complying with laws governing people’s personal data and the risks and considerable financial liabilities involved in mishandling it. The rule has implications across the […]

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