Compliance

Compliance Made Easy

No worries. Compliance with all major regulations is built into our operations. For you and your customers.

Mandatory Requirements

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) are the main acts of legislation that organizations need to comply with.

Dathena’s AI-driven privacy and security features built-in modules designed explicitly to ensure compliance with GDPR, CCPA, PDPA and other legislative requirements.

It makes compliance easy.

Dathena Privacy

Privacy legislation, such as GDPR, provides a range of rights to individuals such as the right to access their data, data rectification and data erasure.

  • Dathena provides authorized individuals with a complete view of organizational data, its locations, and the access rights to every file and folder in the company’s file system.
  • Dathena provides an overview of the personal data in each document, allowing users to detect documents at risk, based on the sensitive information they contain.
  • It also links personal information across documents so you can see when the same sensitive data is sitting in different documents.

Taken together these benefits ensure organizations can comply with GDPR, CCPA, PDPA and other legislation.

Dathena Security

Dathena Security provides a complete view of organizational data with a focus on document-level segregation.

  • Documents can be segregated according to the definitions you set, for instance, confidentiality, personally identifiable information, business categories and more.
  • Authorized individuals can detect and control unauthorized access to documents as well as changes to information.
  • The status of third parties who access sensitive data is first checked. If they are allowed access to documents potentially sensitive information found inside the documents is masked.
  • Dathena Security also ensures data availability on demand to authorized users.

These features also ensure you are complying with GDPR, CCPA, PDPA and other legislation.