Identities and Related Data
Business are required to keep up with an ever-changing privacy landscape, protecting the personally identifiable information they interact with. Meeting these requirements starts with understanding the organization's data as a whole, including indexing and correlating records based on specific criteria. PK Privacy gives organizations the power to automate data discovery and reporting mechanisms to assist with reducing the operational complications of privacy legislation.
Control your company’s data privacy at the data, enterprise, and individual level with powerful PK Privacy engineering solutions, powered by Dataguise technology.
Access Requests (DSAR)
Automate the DSAR response process to meet requirements faster and on budget.
Discovering sensitive data is at the root of meeting privacy requirements.
to be Forgotten
Create rules that will delete or redact sensitive data as soon as it is found.
Enable pseudonymization, anonymization, and de-identification of private personal data.
Integrate our right-to-know discovery and right-to-erasure protection with your existing privacy management solution or IT service management.
Scan datasets to find data that can and/or should legally be archived or deleted due to age or lack of use.
Detect and confirm breaches with monitoring, then accurately estimate and report on the breach’s impact.
Built for Privacy
Not all discovery solutions can perform efficient right-to-know or data subject access requests. PKWARE provides a right-to-know discovery solution that indexes identities and the data about those identities. PK Privacy finds information across your enterprise with data stored on file servers, big data repositories, databases, endpoint devices, and across the enterprise.
Knowing where data resides is only the starting point. Organizations must also provide right-to-erasure or right-to-be-forgotten rules. Once PK Privacy discovers data, it can automatically encrypt, mask, redact, delete, or otherwise remediate personal information as requested.
Continuously monitor endpoints, servers, and enterprise solutions for privacy data so that when it’s time to respond to a DSAR, policies can be easily followed. If the data fits a defined pattern, the system can automatically initiate the next steps.