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The Privacy Advisor | Privacy products you may want to know about: July/August 2019 Related reading: EDPB discusses data transfer guidance considerations, key points



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 Joe Duball at

Io-Tahoe's Smart Discovery Platform combines data flow analytics with sensitive data discovery. The platform leverages concepts within big data to identify data relationships before determining if those relationships, or the either of the data elements involved, reveal sensitive data. The technology boasts real-time data gathering and has the ability to connect to data sources such as IBM DB2, Sybase, MS SQL and more.

JPMorgan Chase
JPMorgan Chase has rolled out a new privacy feature for ethereum-based blockchains. The technology is adding an extra layer of confidentiality to the open-source transaction platform as it will privatize both how much money is being transferred and who is involved. The initial plan is to launch the software for Quorum, the bank’s private ethereum, but it will later be applicable to other smart contract platforms.


TrustArc has launched Privacy Profile, a solution that automates identifying the privacy and security regulations applicable to any business. The software simplifies privacy management through an efficient, easy-to-use interface by providing applicable compliance guidance based on an automated review of key company information and relevant business details. "Privacy Profile is a great example of the intelligent automation privacy leaders have been looking for," TrustArc CEO Chris Babel said. "This is the latest enhancement to the TrustArc Platform designed to support our vision of simplifying complex privacy management processes with powerful, easy-to-use technology based on proven methodologies used across thousands of customer engagements."



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