Examining the essential tools within data protection technology

04/12/2023 | IAPP

Businesses face several challenges in managing privacy, security, and data protection effectively. As the amount of data grows and regulatory requirements evolve, organisations adopt various tools to address these concerns and establish efficient data protection programmes. However, there is confusion due to the number of tools available, resulting in privacy professionals often finding it difficult to articulate the core value proposition of privacy technology to other groups within their organisation. In this article for the IAPP, Relyance AI Senior Product Manager Sanket Kavishwar explains that the modern data protection technology stack consists of three main components: privacy tools, data catalogue tools, and data security posture management tools, each of which serves a unique purpose within the organisation and are utilised by different teams.

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