Data Protection Router
Data lineage no matter where your data is.
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The Data Protection Router Fixes Risk

The world is moving towards further granular permissions for data (GDPR, Sarbanes-Oxley, BCBS 239, and more), which is in direct conflict with modern data-centric businesses. The Data Protection Router manages data protection requirements, so you can get back to building value for your business.

The Data Protection Router uses a blockchain back-end to help business data owners trace data provenance and data compliance officers keep an audit trail of data movement throughout the organization. It is able to do this not only within a single organization but even with third party partner organizations.

Data Governance

Data Governance

Access, Erasure, and Rectification for GDPR requirements

The Data Protection Router tags your data with metadata relevant to data protection governance and uses that metadata to parse the regulations relevant to the data in question. This is the foundational data necessary to comply with customer requests for data access, erasure, and rectification. Works with traditional databases like Oracle, MySQL, and SQL Server as well as cloud file storage like Google Drive and Box.

  • Find exactly where a customers data is--even if it is copied into multiple sources
  • Send erasure requests not only to a single data store but to all data stores that have the data in question
  • Report on actions taken through a beautiful UI
  • Data Lineage

    Know where your data goes

    The Data Protection Router is an abstraction layer on top of existing assets so that data stays where it has always stayed but can be traced as it is accessed by users and applications. The Data Protection Router employs a blockchain backbone that is aware of what data each data asset that it manages holds and keeps track of when and where that data has been sent so that you can be sure of how data has been managed no matter where it flows.

  • Be assured of exactly who received data and under what conditions
  • Lineage reporting tools that you can use to show internal and external auditors for regulatory and internal policy purposes
  • Without migrating to a centralized database, the blockchain architecture allows you to keep your data where it is currently while giving you what looks like a centralized architecture
  • Data Lineage