Monitor 100% of the activity on critical GDPR data
Is your IT Security team ready to meet GDPR’s 72 hour breach notification requirement? Enable immediate detection, remediation and notification of breach activity with Greenlight.
GDPR will be in force May 2018 and the cost for non-compliance is high – organisations can be fined up to 4% of annual global turnover for breaching GDPR or €20 Million, whichever is higher. But don’t worry, you’ve still got time to prepare! Now you can monitor 100% of the activity on critical GDPR data to see actual information breaches as they happen.
GDPR’s 72-hour Requirement
You are required to report a breach of personal data and notify the supervising authority within 72 hours that it is uncovered. The notification must describe the breach and include the categories and number of data subjects and personal data records impacted.
Also, when the breach is likely to result in a high risk to the rights and freedoms of natural persons, you must communicate the breach to each person impacted.
Are You Ready?
Do you feel confident that you will be able to answer the following questions within 72 hours:
- What information was exposed?
- How many people were impacted?
- What type of data was exposed?
- If the threat is over or just beginning?
With up to 4% of your company’s revenue at risk are you ready to assume compliance with GDPR = security?
Identify and Prevent Breaches
In order to be GDPR compliant, you need to know who is accessing personal data, what they are doing with the information, and whether or not there is suspicious activity. Greenlight achieves this by monitoring your crown jewel assets and instantly sending alerts on potential threats which could indicate an internal or external breach.
Whether on-premise, in the cloud, or a SaaS offering, Greenlight actively monitors your critical data across:
- ERP Systems,
- Business Applications, and
Centralize Your GDPR Controls
Greenlight provides visibility into activity on your data and can rapidly detect behavioral anomalies or compliance failures which put your customer or employee’s personal data at risk. You can correlate business risk (i.e. customer data exposure) or regulatory compliance (i.e. GDPR) to user activity in order to streamline detection and notification of data breaches. This also enables you to improve your overall security posture by identifying and stopping breaches.
Compliance Does Not Equal Security
Proving compliance with all aspects of GDPR by May 25, 2018 is incredibly important for any organization. But compliance does not equal security. But don’t worry, that’s what Greenlight can provide. We move an organization from the typical IT alerts based on potential security issues to instead being able to monitor 100% of the activity on critical data (i.e. in this case personal data of customers and/or employees) to see actual security breaches as they happen.
Greenlight Data Monitoring
When a data breach occurs, finding out what the breach is, who has been affected, how wide it has spread and how it happened – all within 72 hours is not easy. Especially while it is also critical that companies are both mitigating and remediating the damage caused by the breach within those first few days. With your customers and employees’ data spread across the enterprise application landscape it can quickly become a fire drill for IT Security teams to determine how much personally identifiable information was exposed, not to mention what type of data or whose data it was so that the correct people can be notified “without undue delay”.
However, IT Security teams running Greenlight’s data monitoring solution are eliminating the time required to discover these types of breaches. Greenlight ensures you are able to see in real-time when a data exposure occurs by providing 100% visibility into activity on your GDPR relevant data. This allows you to enable immediate detection, remediation and notification of breach activity against critical personal data.
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