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Data Protection Compliance with iFinder GDPR

For many companies, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and its stipulations for how personal data is to be handled still pose a great deal of legal uncertainty and expense in terms of their implementation – especially if they are dealing with unstructured personal data.
Act instead of React: Keeping a Constant Overview of Personal Data

iFinder GDPR helps you search internal data sources such as file servers or e-mail systems for personal data in a targeted way. Get a quick, reliable overview of where exactly personal data is located so you can respond quickly when a data subject submits an information request, for example. Get rid of your GDPR “blind spot” of unstructured data with iFinder GDPR.


Information Requests

iFinder GDPR makes it possible to prepare a comprehensive list of all stored personal data for handover to the Data Protection Officer in the event that a data subject requests information. You can provide the requested information within minutes, keep to the required deadlines, and also delete downstream data.


Analysis of Any and All Personal Data

iFinder GDPR makes it very easy to find all content containing personal data. Choose the relevant personal aspects such as names, dates of birth, or addresses for your search, and get a list of your “toxic” GDPR-relevant documents, sorted by frequency of occurrence. This way you can identify documents such as employee and customer lists that you otherwise might not have known even existed.

Searching using intelligent filters allows you to find relevant information with full flexibility and thus consolidate and assess your data piece by piece.

Close GDPR Knowledge Gaps for Good through 360° Analysis

Complete your portfolio of GDPR procedures and use our modern analytical solution to ensure that you always know where the personal data is – regardless of whether it’s stored on your file servers, in e-mails, or in other unstructured data sources.

After the intelligent identification of relevant data, it can be moved, deleted or copied with an additional tool which is part of the iFinder GDPR package.

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Upgrade to Enterprise Search

A great side effect: You can easily extend the iFinder GDPR to a second application by configuring search profiles: the company-wide, intelligent and rights checked search for all employees. Of course, these employees do not search with the GDPR features, but use the search to quickly access relevant knowledge and thus save time and costs.


iFinder GDPR - Data sheet

For many companies it is still a great challenge to meet the requirements of the European data protection regulations. Personal data can be easily identified in an ERP or CRM system. But what about data sources such as file servers or e-mail systems where a lot of unstructured data is stored? How do you find the relevant data and make sure that nothing is overlooked?

Find all information on iFinder GDPR in our data sheet.

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These Customers Use iFinder GDPR

The software not only helps us to implement data protection effectively and in compliance with the law, but we have finally found a tool that helps us to '"clean up" in an uncomplicated way.

Christian Mooser

Head of Technology and Development, TeleSon Vertriebs GmbH
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The software was our savior in a data protection incident. The tool not only enabled us to perform a comprehensive analysis and quickly solve the problem, but also ensures security in the future as an integral part of our data protection concept.
Data protection officer of a German industrial company

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