Use identify bureau data or data discovered by BigID to validate identify of the requestor.
Category: Data Access Rights
Capture and govern existing consent and preference data to empower customers and privacy analysts.
Find linked and connected data across structured, unstructured, data lakes and cloud automatically using BigID’s patented discovery-in-depth
Simplify the lifecycle and work-flow management of consumer privacy requests. Leverage BigID’s native workflow or leverage enterprise systems like ServiceNow.
Build tailored DSAR and data right reports for customers based on Line of Business and departmental preferences.
Simplify publication and response to consumers of their DSAR report availability.
Fully customize level of detail to return to customer. Enumerate all PII and contextual PI. Customize to specific types of data or data sources. Incorporate Opt-in and Opt-out consent. Define approval workflow for verifying and delivering reports.
Process hundreds or thousands of data rights requests at a time, automatically, without taxing data stores. Leverage BigID’s bulk loader. Full API programmatic batch processing from an Access Portal or Case Management System, like ServiceNow.
Automate Fulfillment of CCPA and GDPR Data Access Requests Across Any Data Replace manual fulfillment of GDPR, DSAR, and CCPA individual data access and deletion requests with automation built on found data using BigID’s first-of-its-kind Discovery-in-Depth DSAR Fulfillment App. Find data based on any combination of customers’ data—not just email. Look across structured, unstructured, data … Continued
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The right to access and delete data are close to universal requirements for privacy regulations across the globe. While the two federal data privacy regulation bills recently introduced in the US Congress differ widely on whether consumers should have a private right of action for privacy violations and whether CEOs should be held responsible for … Continued
Fourteen US States have now introduced legislation around privacy with California’s new law already passed and effective starting Jan 1. Like their European antecedent, the US laws place a significant emphasis on individual data rights whether the right to access, delete or similar. For companies, this requires new capabilities to identify personal data across their … Continued