Informatica Delivers Business Outcomes for General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) with Data Governance & Compliance for the Enterprise

  • Data
  • 22.06.2017 11:30 am

Informatica, the enterprise cloud data management leader accelerating data-driven digital transformation, today announced Informatica Data Governance & Compliance for GDPR, the industry’s first governance solution designed specifically to support customers on their journey to GDPR compliance.

In May 2018, the European Union’s GDPR becomes effective, enhancing protection of personal data. This regulation could have significant impact for organisations and how they manage data pertaining to customers, consumers, partners, staff and other ‘data subjects’ with some potentially very large penalties for violations.

Informatica Data Governance & Compliance is the only solution available that engages the business, IT and data security teams in governing data of all types – cloud, on-premises, and big data anywhere– across the entire enterprise to help customers with GDPR compliance efforts. 

Informatica Data Governance & Compliance is delivered as part of the Informatica Intelligent Data Platform, Informatica’s metadata and artificial intelligence-driven platform that spans on-premises, cloud and big data. This ensures data is trusted, secure, governed, accessible, timely, relevant and actionable, enabling the world’s best companies to deliver data-driven digital transformation outcomes.

“GDPR poses many challenges, but it also has the potential to result in opportunities around the use of data in an organisation,” said Amit Walia, executive vice president and chief product officer, Informatica. “Organisations must take a holistic and automated approach to governance and compliance to help maximise 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.”


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