Data Lake Integrity. Enabled.

Integris’ unique set of capabilities enable regulatory hygiene while maintaining the productivity of your data lake.

Data Privacy Management Tips from the Experts

Nine data privacy experts provide sage advice on how to protect your customers’ sensitive data in 2019, as well as some things you should NEVER do. Read insights from Intel, Workday, 451 Research, SAP Concur, and more.

Webinar on Prioritizing Privacy While Driving Data Innovation

This on-demand webinar features Integris Software’s Founder and CEO Kristina Bergman. Watch Kristina explain how to prioritize privacy while driving data innovation.

Data Handling Solution Brief

Continuous defensibility to meet compliance requirements for regulations like GDPR and CCPA boils down to doing two things well:

1) Understanding where sensitive data resides across all data source types

2) Mapping that data back to existing data handling obligations.

California Consumer Privacy Act Solution Brief

Integris enables accurate, continuous defensibility to meet California Consumer Privacy Act compliance requirements. Maintain control over the use and transfer of customer data, and protect your customers’ privacy and your company’s reputation.

5 Ways to Ensure Your Data Storage Systems Protect Customer Data

Practical advice on how to structure your data storage and management technologies.

7 Data Handling Best Practices

Having visibility into where sensitive data resides and tying it back to obligations is critical to enabling these seven data handling best practices.

GDPR Compliance Questions Answered

In this new climate of regulation, understanding what data you have and where it resides is more important than ever.

A Values-Driven Commitment to Data Privacy

Not taking data privacy seriously is gambling with the wellbeing of people’s lives and organizational success versus failure. A lack of data privacy has real-world consequences: drained bank accounts, damaged credit and even stolen identities.

GDPR Readiness Infographic

Regulations like GDPR and the California privacy law are triggering knee-jerk reactions as companies lock down their data for fear of misuse. This overreaction is how most organizations protect personal information.

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