BUILD PRIVACY BY DESIGN WITH UNMATCHED VISIBILITY INTO DATA
Nuix helps you locate and remediate personally identifiable information (PII) and other kinds of private data at risk of loss or exposure. Once you know where all the data is and what’s in it, you can confidently comply with privacy regulations and protect your clients’ most valuable and risky information assets.
Your work requires you to store vast amounts of private data about or belonging to your clients. Privacy regulations such as the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) impose tight deadlines for responding to consumer queries such as data subject access requests (DSARs). The potential for data breaches, insider abuse, and inadvertent exposure puts your professional reputation on the line.
Nuix delivers federated searching capabilities for the private information you store on clients’ behalf—across emails, instant messages, voicemails, call recordings, and anywhere else you retain personal data. You can meet DSAR deadlines and implement proactive information governance programs to remediate inappropriately stored private data and minimize the risk of breaches and inadvertent loss.
Provide timely and comprehensive responses to DSARs, right-to-be-forgotten requests, and regulatory queries.
Locate and eliminate inappropriately stored private data to minimize the chance of data loss and regulator action.
Detect security threats as they happen and meet data breach notification requirements with time to spare.
Respond to DSARs and other queries within required time frames.
Collect and decommission data to satisfy right-to-be-forgotten compliance obligations.
Pinpoint the types of privacy data stored in your systems that have special regulatory needs.
Locate privacy data in a vast number of unstructured and structured data formats.
Understand where private data should be stored and hunt for it where it shouldn’t be.
Identify insider and external threats by recognizing unusual computer or human behavior.