Chief Privacy Officers
Make data privacy an enterprise priority
As a chief privacy officer (CPO), you are responsible for the overall compliance management process. You develop and execute privacy initiatives to protect the personal information of customers and employees. You are highly cross-functional, working not only with function leads like the general counsel and chief compliance officer, but also with the rest of the C-suite executives and key business leaders.
How Alation Helps CPOs
DISCOVER, CLASSIFY, AND TAG SENSITIVE DATA
FOSTER A PRIVACY-AWARE CULTURE
AUTOMATE AND SCALE DATA PRIVACY ACTIONS
Accelerate compliance readiness and response
Discover, classify, and tag sensitive data
Knowing where your sensitive sits is a critical first step to adhering to most privacy regulations. With Alation, you can accelerate the ongoing discovery and management of personal data across its entire lifecycle and deliver insights into behavior and usage. Alation allows you to automatically classify and tag sensitive data in accordance with policies and regulations.
Foster a privacy-aware culture
A good privacy-aware culture is built on good data governance practices. Alation gives you a comprehensive and centralized view of policies, processes, behavior insights, and responsibilities to help everyone understand their role. Alation actively informs data consumers about policies and data context directly in their day-to-day workflows, promoting privacy awareness and improving data ethics.
Automate and scale data privacy actions
Automating and scaling data privacy is essential to ensure compliance with regulations like GDPR and CCPA. With Alation’s dashboards and analytics, you can track documentation progress and inform overarching action and resource allocation. Easily satisfy your data requests from subjects and consumers by enabling quick and accurate discovery of personal data enriched with human- and machine-generated context.
Read how Alation is helping with data privacy
"We want to use Alation for our privacy and security, like for classification and retention of data."
Data Governance Manager, Ancestry