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Discover, classify and categorize data to ensure compliance.

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The Privacy Act 1988

The Privacy Act 1988

The Privacy Act was introduced to promote and protect the privacy of individuals and to regulate how Australian Government agencies and organizations handle personal information.

Whether it is electronic patient records or financial documents, Data X-Ray can quickly locate and classify files containing sensitive information so you can take steps to ensure compliance with the Privacy Act.

The Privacy Amendment (Enforcement and Other Measures) Bill 2022 might increase the maximum penalties that can be applied under the Privacy Act to AU $50 million.

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Data X-Ray: A Toolset for Privacy Act 1988 Compliance

Discover Data

Deploy Data X-Ray in hours and explore data lakes to find files that may have been forgotten or ignored.

Leverage Data Intelligence

Analyze all unstructured data assets and get deeper contextual insights to support a range of use cases.

Structure unstructured data

Map all your unstructured data by subject, type or purpose to track and protect it, regardless of where it lives.

Prevent Data Breaches

Gain visibility and control over all your exposed or vulnerable data assets on-premise or in the cloud.

Reduced Data Footprint

Organize your data for better discoverability and set rules to periodically delete irrelevant files.

Compliance-based data sharing

Automate data discovery, classification, storage and access policies and meet compliance audits.

One platform

Achieve regulatory compliance and take advantage of your unstructured data with Data X-Ray.


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