Archive360’s PaaS platform is trusted by organizations around the world to securely migrate their digital data to the cloud, and responsibly manage it for today’s regulatory, legal and business intelligence obligations.
Their customers achieve this by applying context around the search, classification, and analysis of structured and unstructured data - including files, videos, audio, CRM, ERP, emails/electronic communication, social media - while maintaining full control over security, privacy, access, and compliance.
Compliance departments must be up to speed with emerging cybersecurity threats. This includes understanding the new technologies, processes, and procedures their organization will need to employ to ensure they don’t run afoul of the modern data privacy environment.
As more states and individual countries create their own differing privacy laws, what will be the impact on companies trying to comply?
Many companies are accelerating their digital transformation strategies and adoption of cloud computing, decommissioning data centers, and legacy applications. CCOs need to understand the implications for regulatory compliance obligations.
As the volumes and types of electronic data generated by organizations continues to grow, it becomes increasingly complex to correctly identify, capture, store, protect and make searchable hundreds of terabytes (or petabytes) of disparate data.
The invalidation of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield has many U.S. companies wondering if they will ever be able to take possession of EU data again.
Do the EUs GDPR and California’s CCPA privacy regulations include the right of a data subject to have their personal information completely erased from all enterprise backups as well?