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13 Big Bets Security Vendors And Partners Have Made To Help Customers Become GDPR Compliant

CRN asks 13 identity management and data protection executives what tools or capabilities they've introduced over the past year to help businesses conform to the GDPR regulations.

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Templates That Search For GDPR Classified Data

Druva rolled out a template a few months ago that allows businesses to search across their entire ecosystem for GDPR-relevant data rather than having to do separate configuration for each characteristic of GDPR data, according to Dave Packer, vice president of product and alliances marketing for the Sunnyvale, Calif.-based company.

In order to build out the template, Packer said Druva needed to go through the entire tomb of EU countries and understand the various elements that make up identifying information and therefore need to be tracked. From there, Druva built out template to identify those elements, and provided thresholds so that the focus is on masses of sensitive data rather than each individual instance.

For instance, a single driver's license number on a user's machine may or may not be problematic, but ten driver's license numbers on a single machine is a good indication that a user has access to a sensitive file, Packer said. Druva has tweaked its parameters to be more efficient and minimize the likelihood of false positives and false negatives while still capturing presumptive violations, he said.

 
 
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