Exonar maps and understands your organisation’s information, from documents to emails to databases. We use machine learning to understand what’s important, where it is and who has access to it, providing you with the ability to instantly search for anything or discover where sensitive information is stored – however much data you hold.
Exonar identifies documents containing passwords, customer and also confidential information enabling successful governance, risk management, document retention, cyber security and compliance with regulations such as GDPR – with ease.
Exonar monitors what’s created, moved or deleted, regardless of where it’s stored and its format, driving workflows to reduce the burden on IT, security, compliance & training departments.
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Exonar – The solution to your data-centric regulations and imperatives
Exonar probes depths where no GDPR solution has gone before
At InfoSec 2017 in London, Exonar briefed IDC on its innovative solution to the challenges of content discovery, classification, and management.
‘Its proposition is built on open source technologies and utilizes advanced methodologies to overcome many of the hurdles faced by traditional DLP and eDiscovery solutions. Exonar’s solution enables companies to get to grips not just with GDPR, but with a much broader set of challenges.’
Full acknowledgement to the gdpr-info.eu project who have a neatly arranged, easily searchable PDF version of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) including its recitals. The EU data protection reform was adopted by the European Parliament and the European Council on April 27th, 2016. The European Data Protection Regulation will be applicable as of May 25th, 2018 and replace the Data Protection Directive.
The predicted increase in DSARs (Data Subject Access Requests) when GDPR comes into force in May 2018 could have a staggering environmental impact. See the results, findings and analysis from our survey of the British Public.