Read it Quik: Launches Privacy Management and Control Solution for GDPR

Published On: June 4, 2018Categories: News recently announced the launch of the first data and privacy management & control solution especially aimed at fulfilling the strict regulatory requirements of the General Data Protection Directive (GDPR), HIPAA, PCI DSS, as well as other regulations.’s portfolio of offerings delivers persistently updated visibility into the data flows within an organization, thus allowing security and privacy stakeholders to locate all personal data, no matter if it is structured or unstructured, in motion or at rest, known or unknown.

Offered as either hardware or for installation on a virtual appliance, operates by bringing together various leading and patented technologies and techniques, such as:

  1. Artificial intelligence algorithms: Self-learns to discover other assets that are storing, processing, or sharing personal data based on an automatically-generated profile.
  2. Natural language processing: Distinguishes between personal data and sensitive personal data.
  3. Data mapping: Builds neural networks of personal data flow and business processes, thus delineating which network elements are communicating personal data with each other, how, and why.
  4. Network tapping: Utilizes network taps to analyze traffic in a smooth and non-intrusive way; automatically and continuously identifies which assets, applications, and repositories are holding, processing, or sharing personal data.

Zak Rubinstein, Co-founder and CEO,, said, “Our mission is to provide organizations with an efficient, simple and inexpensive means of tracking personal data — not just for GDPR, but for all compliance and security purposes. We are receiving a number of referrals from security resellers and law firms, because our solution helps companies show privacy regulators that they are taking reasonable steps to protect personal data, and much more. It essentially provides significant support for compliance with all privacy rights involving data access, rectification, erasure, processing restrictions, third-party sharing, notification and data portability.” read more: