Accellion, a private cloud solutions provider, now offers one-click compliance reports designed to significantly streamline how companies  demonstrate compliance with regulators.

Companies across all industries need accurate compliance reports to not only demonstrate compliance with industry-specific regulations, but also with broader legilsation, like Sarbanes-Oxley and the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Organizations using the Accellion secure file sharing and governance platform can now demonstrate compliance with these and other regulations with the click of a button. A single click generates detailed compliance reports that provide visibility into a system’s configurations and security settings and flag any issues impacting compliance.

“Regulators expect organizations to protect their customers’ personally identifiable information,” said Yaron Galant, chief product officer with Accellion. “With one-click compliance reports, organizations can efficiently prove to auditors and regulators that every file that comes into, moves across, or leaves the organization does so in a secure and compliant manner.”

The Accellion platform gives companies control over their customer data and other sensitive information, including who is accessing it and with whom they’re sharing it. All file activity is captured, logged, and auditable with Accellion’s detailed compliance reports.

For example, healthcare providers, payers, and business associates can leverage the Accellion platform to monitor and prove through accurate compliance reports that adequate administrative, physical and technical safeguards in place to comply with the Health Insurace Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). Organizations can satisfy those requirements with Accellion features—such as file level encryption, user authentication controls, DLP integration and ensuring inactive user accounts do not remain accessible.

Moreover, because Accellion provides unified access to where customer data is stored—whether on-prem in systems like SharePoint, in the cloud with solutions such as OneDrive for Business and Dropbox, or in critical business applications like Salesforce—this information can be located, moved, or deleted simply and quickly, helping to simplify GDPR compliance.