1TOUCH.io’s purpose-built data privacy technology provides continuous visibility into your organization’s personally identifiable information (PII) usage whether it is known or unknown, structured or unstructured, in motion or at rest…
Protect your company’s brand and reputation by avoiding regulatory fines and lawsuits.
Maximize your value from personal data usage while minimizing your exposure.
Get proactive, accurate, real-time information with our automated system, so you can focus on your mission-critical projects.
Focus your resources on growth instead of regulatory compliance.
TO ENSURE COMPLIANCE WITH GDPR, CCPA AND OTHER DATA PRIVACY REGULATIONS, AN EFFECTIVE PRIVACY PROGRAM REQUIRES THREE CORE ELEMENTS:
Personal Data Inventory
The mapping of business use for each data flow, defined data owners, collecting/processing/storing/
sharing the minimum personal data necessary, monitoring changes, and the tight control of third-party sharing.
The deployment of data protection technologies to ensure the organization is always up-to-date in protecting data.
Standard Ways to De-Identify Personal Data
Usually, maintainers of the database try to eliminate all channels that could potentially help an attacker leverage queries to gain personal/sensitive information about a specific person. Here are a few examples:
To read about these methods, click here.
1touch.io Launches Portuguese Version of Solution to Help Enterprises Comply with LGPD
1touch.io, the leading provider of data and privacy management control solutions, announced today the general availability of a Portuguese version of its solution designed to help companies around the world doing business in Brazil comply with the country’s data protection regulation, Lei Geral de Proteção de Dados (LGPD).
Enacted in 2018, LGPD - like GPDR and other data protection regulations - applies across industries to any individual or organization, private or public, collecting or processing personal data in Brazil, or intending to offer goods or services to individuals in Brazil. A business collecting or processing personal data does not need to be headquartered or have a physical location in Brazil for the LGPD to apply.