Informatica delivers Real business outcomes for GDPR

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Informatica delivers Real business outcomes for GDPR

Informatica, a driver of digital transformation in businesses, has just announced the industry’s first governance solution. The Redwood based Enterprise Cloud Data Management Company has come out with Informatica Data Governance & Compliance for GDPR with automated data Governance and Compliance for the Enterprise, designed specifically to support customers on their journey to GDPR compliance.

General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR for short, is a regulation announced by EU to ensure security and its enhancement to protect private data. When it comes to effect in 2018, it could have significant impact for organizations and how they manage data pertaining to customers, consumers, partners, staff and other ‘data subjects’ with some potentially very large penalties for violations.

“GDPR poses many challenges, but it also has the potential to result in opportunities around the use of data in an organization,” said Amit Walia, executive vice president and chief product officer, Informatica. “Organizations must take a holistic and automated approach to governance and compliance to help maximize the potential opportunity. To help enterprises with GDPR compliance, Informatica has brought together the most comprehensive governance and compliance package available, empowering all constituents from non-technical business users to IT to effectively collaborate and govern data, across the enterprise.”

Informatica Data Governance & Compliance for GDPR is a set of innovative, intelligent products that are all acclaimed in their individual spaces. It brings Informatica Secure@Source, Axon and Enterprise information catalogue together to help companies to discover, assess and find their in-scope data while implementing a comprehensive GDPR program.

The new solution by Informatica is the only solution available in the market that engages the business, IT and data security teams in governing data of all types including cloud, on-premise and big data and it does so across the entire enterprise to help customers with GDPR compliance efforts.

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