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GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION (GDPR)

Comply Completely and Globally

Enacted by the European Union on 28 May 2018 many companies have underestimated GDPR’s scope, or worse not taken it seriously. A common misconception is that it only focused on a small data set, not realizing the management of that data requires accountability for the entire chain of custody including the infrastructure it resides in. Nlyte improves compliance by providing the ability to track within the physical infrastructure where the data resides, whether it is encrypted and by what method, the means in which the data is transported, and who has interacted with the data.

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Data Location
The critical data’s geographic location and the devices servers/storage/network it resides on, and where it has been replicated to.

Security Tool Identification
What and if any security tools are deployed on identified devices and enabled to protect the critical data.

Data Breach Notifications
Indicating what data subject’s data ran on what assets, identification of secondary locations of infrastructure for the safe handling of data transporting across borders.

Discover | Identify what personal data you have and where it resides.

Manage | Govern how personal data is used and accessed.

Protect | Establish security controls to prevent, detect, and respond to vulnerabilities and data breaches.

Report | Act on data requests, report data breaches, and keep required documentation.

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Blog

What is GDPR and how can DCIM help achieve compliance?

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Data Sheet

Securing Physical Computing Infrastructure for GDPR Compliance Data Sheet

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About the Nlyte DCIM Software Suite.

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