BigID Upgrades Data Intelligence Platform

March 5, 2019

BigID unveiled new data access intelligence capabilities that enhance BigID’s Data Intelligence Platform by allowing security and risk management professionals to pinpoint systems and employees with access to personal information. As a result, organizations can leverage the BigID platform to better comply with regulations with strong data access management requirements, such as the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), New York Department of Financial Services Cybersecurity Regulation and Sarbanes-Oxley, by knowing what personal data is over-exposed while gaining enhanced privacy-related insight to data usage.

Today’s data-driven organizations increasingly leverage cloud services, such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, Google Drive and Box, in addition to existing on-premise data stores to store and process personal and private data. By adding data access insights to its data privacy platform, BigID expands the data protection and intelligence it provides security professionals.

BigID’s Data Privacy and Protection Platform uses advanced machine learning technology to provide organizations a first-of-its-kind ability to find and map all personal information across the enterprise to help automate privacy functions for GDPR and California Consumer Privacy Act. The new data access intelligence capabilities give organizations a unified platform to find and de-risk their customer and employee data.

“BigID’s Data Intelligence Platform was created to provide a first-of-its-kind identity-centric view of data necessary to meet emerging privacy regulations like GDPR and California Consumer Privacy Act,” said Nimrod Vax, Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer, BigID. “BigID is the industry’s first solution to find any personal information, across any data, and automatically classify it by type and critically for privacy by person. With the new access intelligence enhancements, BigID provides security and risk professionals new insight into what and whose data they collect and process, as well as what employees and systems have access to that data.”

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