Tech solutions are increasingly a part of a privacy pros’ purview. Here’s a look at a crop of new privacy- and security-based tools that should perhaps be on your radar. Want your product featured? Email Molly Hulefeld at email@example.com.
Digital forensics and eDiscovery service provider BIA has released a new service designed to help identify personal and sensitive data compromised in a data breach, according to a news release. BIA President and CEO Brian Schrader said, "There’s a significant demand for data breach discovery, and it is a natural outgrowth of the services BIA offers and has honed over our 15 plus years in eDiscovery." The new release states the company combines "cybersecurity methodologies and electronic discovery technology" in its new service.
HITRUST announced the release version 9.2 of HITRUST CSF, expanding its framework to now include the EU General Data Protection Regulation and the Singapore Personal Data Protection Act. The new model offers HITRUST's risk management and compliance framework to help organizations ensure compliance with multiple regimes though one assessment.
PeerStream announced it released the private beta launch of Backchannel, a video messaging app built to be powered by blockchain technology. Future releases are expected for 2019 and could include integration with PeerStream Protocol, which is also under development.
PrivacyCheq announced the release of Privacy Facts Interactive, a new privacy service designed to inform users about privacy notices and fulfill transparency requirements established by the EU General Data Protection Regulation. "Realizing that mobile devices are now the dominant method used to access content, we completely redesigned the privacy notice for optimal use on mobile devices, using the 'Nutrition Facts' paradigm that consumers already understand," PrivacyCheq CEO Roy Smith said.
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