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GDPR – How To Prepare (Without Panicking)

Scare stories, and ‘fear, uncertainty and doubt’ tactics to panic organizations into ensuring GDPR-compliance is one way to talk about the pending regulations. We prefer to talk about the facts and where your focus needs to be over the next few months in order to be ready for May 2018. There’s still time to get ready, and we can show how.

All About GDPR

Uncomplicated, powerful features

Push architecture

Get going immediately - rapid deployment, instant protection.

Unique UBA capabilities

Enables you to drill down to identify risky activities, intuitively and fast.

Fully automated

No hand-holding required, no drain on resources.

Valuable, actionable insights

Gain a bird’s-eye view of user behavior, rapidly prioritise relevant, high-risk anomalies.

Augmented Intelligence

As you learn from the system, the system learns from you.

Super-low impact

Across endpoint, network and storage points and users.

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