A privacy program is as effective as the data management platform that underlies it
What is Data Privacy
Data Privacy is on everyone’s mind today. Individual people are worried about whether they can trust enterprises to secure their personal information from loss, and how these enterprises will use their data.
This means that Data Privacy is not just about risk mitigation, but is a competitive differentiator too. Companies that individuals can trust with their personal information, and who will use that personal information responsibly to offer truly personalized goods and services, will be winners in the new digital economy.
Going beyond building a robust framework for risk management, Global IDs also supports initiatives that focus on how personal information is used. This is where the business use of personal information can be aligned to corporate strategies to grow revenue through the coordinated use of this data to provide personalized experiences for customers.
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Privacy Is Built on Data Management
Enterprises today face toxic combinations of data risk factors. Many organizations remain unaware of where sensitive data resides in their ecosystems and where it flows, and how the aggregation of apparently harmless data can create dangerous PII risks. Effective privacy thus requires more than just tools for consent management and breach notification. It requires the effective management of enterprise data.
Privacy Built From the Ground Up
Global IDs offers a ground-up approach to data privacy through its all-in-one Data Ecosystem Evolution Platform (DEEP) platform, comprising data discovery, classification, and lineage functions that create the foundation for privacy.
Evidence-Driven Compliance With Data Privacy Regulations
Global IDs DEEP platform brings order to today’s dynamic enterprise data ecosystems while enabling data privacy initiatives and evidence-based compliance with privacy regulations like CCPA and GDPR.