Data protection and compliance made simple
Ohalo takes the worry out of data protection.

From inventories of relevant data to preventing data loss, we're on your team.

Data X-Ray

Machine Learning To Know Where Your Data Is

Internal policies and external regulations like GDPR require that you know what data you hold where and monitoring of how you are controlling that data. However, modern companies are complex and rely on networks of third party data processors as well as potentially hundreds of databases. This makes it difficult for data compliance professionals, risk officers, and staff to be aware of where data is or how to access it.

Ohalo’s Data X-Ray makes their job easy by using a machine learning algorithm to automate inventories of databases and cloud services to understand where sensitive data exists in their systems.

Automate Risk Discovery

Find your riskiest data and know what to do about it

Ohalo's Data X-ray machine learning algorithm scans databases for sensitive data and allows staff to compare their data assets with regulations and policies to understand risk. We help you understand whether these assets are compliant with the most up to date regulations.

  • Uses a machine learning algorithm to understand the type of data that is sensitive to you
  • Flags sensitive data in multiple languages
  • Reporting through beautiful UI or our API into your native business intelligence solutions
Scan Data Sources

Integrate Cloud and On Premise Data Sources in Seconds

Works with your infrastructure

The Data X-Ray connects to databases (Oracle, MySQL, SQL Server, MongoDB, and HDFS) and cloud services (e.g., Google Drive, Box, and more). We make it simple to get a view into what data exists on your systems to reduce risk for your company.

  • One click connection to cloud data sources
  • Get rolling in seconds without deep configuration
  • New integrations being added all the time

Data Protection Router

Blockchain To Prove Where Your Data Is Going

GDPR and other regulations around the world require strict maintenance of metadata about data transfers. To date this has been dealt with through ad-hoc solutions but that is no more. Meet the Data Protection Router, an easily-integrated stack to store metadata about where data has gone and when so that you can be sure that you're meeting your regulations.

The Data Protection Router uses a blockchain back-end to help business data owners maintain records of data lineage 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 all of the data connectors that the Data X-Ray supports.

  • 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

Maintenance of a Metadata Trail for Data Transfers

The Data Protection Router is an easy way to store information about where data has gone within an organization and between organizations without the need for expensive systems integration. The Data Protection Router uses a blockchain to maintain a metadata record of what data has gone and where and under what conditions. The result? You can sleep easy at night knowing that you don't have to worry about regulations like GDPR Article 30 or a customer calling up and asking you where their data has gone.

  • 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 without expensive systems migration
Data Lineage