Privacy as a Fundamental Human Right
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is centered around the concept that data privacy is considered a fundamental human right, and most of the rights that organizations who collect and process personal data need to support. The GDPR applies to organizations, both inside and outside the European Union, who collect and process the personal data of EU residents and includes very significant fines for non-compliance.
Under the GDPR, data subjects have privacy rights that must be explained in clear and simple language. For example, data subjects must be informed as to what data is being collected, the purpose it is collected, how it will be processed and how long it will be retained. They also must be able to get a copy, request correction and even deletion of the collected data.
GDPR Compliance and DataKeep™
Encrypts personal data-at-rest
Manages access to personal data by role or process
Audits data access requests / denials for encrypted personal data
Provides data erasure through cryptographic shredding
RESTful API supports Security by Design and Security by Default requirements
Manages policy and encryption keys from creation, through rotation to deletion
Keep Private Data Private
SecurityFirst can help your organization protect data immediately, even while you are developing and implementing processes to support the GDPR.
DataKeep provides a broad range of features that include data access management, integrated key management, sophisticated encryption and event logging to deliver the scalability and flexibility to help protect the most sensitive workloads and easily integrates into your current security environment.