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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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Advanced Policy Manager

The Janrain Advanced Policy Manager allows enterprises to define how policies around consent are used and enforced, with a real-time rules engine querying the data once it's been accessed, according to Jim Kaskade, CEO of the Portland, Ore.-based company.

Once consent is revoked, Kaskade said the Advanced Policy Manager is often programmed to remove data from downstream systems so that there's no risk of it being used improperly.

Janrain launched the offering on May 25, 2017, or a year to the day before enforcement of GDPR takes effect, and is being used to administer and audit policies around GDPR, according to Kaskade.

Specifically, Kaskade the central administration and granular control provided around each element of personal information (ex. a user can consent to having their name used, but not their address) was informed by the upcoming regulation.

 
 
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