DataGrail helps organizations mitigate business risk, comprehensively complete data subject requests (DSRs), and build robust privacy programs
San Francisco, April 17, 2023–(BUSINESS WIRE)–DataGrail, a leading data privacy company, is one of 13 vendors recognized as a Leading Vendor in the April 2023 Gartner Market Guide for Subject Rights Request Automation. identified as one. DataGrail believes its market guide recognition has proven its ability to help businesses identify privacy risks, build robust privacy programs, and comprehensively automate data subject requests.
According to Gartner, “The percentage of the world’s population with access to basic privacy rights will soon exceed the percentage of the population with access to clean drinking water. is now a fundamental requirement and a prerequisite for building trust.” A recent Gartner study found that “Organizations with 100 or more employees and $50 million in gross annual revenue in fiscal year 2020 , spent an average of $1,524 per subject access request (SAR).” Companies of all sizes are looking for ways to reduce these costs by comprehensively and easily automating the process of meeting data subject requests. The Market Guide also notes that “SRR’s inefficient handling and immature privacy user experience (UX) can undermine millions of dollars of work in shaping positive customer sentiment.” I admit that
DataGrail’s rapidly growing client base, from midsize businesses to the world’s largest enterprises, consists of organizations that rely on the platform to effectively manage vast amounts of personal data. Leaders like Salesforce, New Balance, Instacart, Skillshare, and MyFitnessPal choose DataGrail as the solution to build consumer trust and stay on the right side of the growing list of data privacy regulations. To enable more enterprises to make privacy a competitive advantage, DataGrail is realizing the vision of building a comprehensive Privacy Control Center™. This hub creates a brand trust flywheel that increases revenue by empowering privacy, legal, security, and executive teams to run impactful privacy programs and understand real-time risks. DataGrail’s Risk Monitor product surfaces risks and makes it easy for privacy teams to communicate privacy-related tasks. By demystifying the legal jargon behind data privacy initiatives when completing risk assessments such as DPIA, PIA, or third-party assessments, Risk Monitor eases the day-to-day workload of users and helps businesses across the enterprise. disseminate good privacy practices to
The best companies know that people buy from brands they trust and understand the role of privacy in building that trust. However, even the most well-meaning companies are unsure about where all their data is stored and how to efficiently meet customer demands to avoid negative business impact. Privacy regulations such as GDPR and CPRA are often vague and difficult to understand. With personal data spread across hundreds of systems that were not designed with privacy in mind, these complex regulations make it difficult for organizations to work with colleagues who may not be familiar with the law and its requirements. It is DataGrail alleviates this problem by automating privacy and facilitating corporate compliance. With over 2,000 connections, DataGrail’s unified network is the most comprehensive in the industry and does the heavy lifting for enterprises to connect all Systems in which personal data resides.
DataGrail CEO and co-founder Daniel Barber said: “We have direct access to data sources through our DataGrail integration network, allowing us to handle large volumes of requests securely and comprehensively without much effort on our privacy managers.”
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*Gartner Market Guide for Subject Rights Request Automation, Nader Heinen, Bart Willemsen, Bernard Woo, April 11, 2023
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DataGrail is the privacy control center that modern brands rely on to build customer trust and avoid business risk. Security, legal, and executive teams use his DataGrail to automate privacy workflows and support compliance with regulations such as GDPR, CCPA, and CPRA. With over 2,000 pre-built connections for popular apps and infrastructure, DataGrail supports continuous system discovery, responsible data discovery, guided privacy assessments, and automated data subject request (DSR) fulfillment. to power the world’s most trusted businesses. DataGrail serves millions of consumers through companies like Amazon, Salesforce, Overstock, Instacart, New Balance and is a G2 leader. DataGrail is backed by leading VC and strategic investors including Third Point Ventures, Felicis Ventures, Next47, Cloud Apps Capital Partners, Operator Collective, HubSpot, Okta Ventures, and American Express Ventures. Visit www.datagrail.io or follow DataGrail on LinkedIn. twitter you can know more.
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