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Advancing GDPR Compliance, Post-Schrems II, Using Data Classification

Over the past 20 years, data classification has consistently been proven effective in protecting sensitive data. Combining classification with modern Digital Rights Management (DRM) enables organizations to precisely define the “who”, “what”, “when”, and “where” of sensitive data access, promoting compliance with a wide range of cybersecurity and privacy mandates. In the wake of last summer’s Schrems II decision from the Court of Justice of the European Union, the “where” of access has become especially relevant for complying with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Schrems II mandates additional controls for the transfer of personal data out of the EU and controlling the “where” data can be accessed represents a powerful tool not only for complying with the GDPR, but for many other cybersecurity mandates. In this presentation, data protection technical and legal experts will discuss employing a combination of data classification and DRM for compliance with the GDPR and similar laws.

Takeaways include:

• A summary of the Schrems II decision and why it matters to you now
• The relationship between classification and policy enforcement
• Leveraging data classification and DRM for legal compliance – including the “where”
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Scott M. Giordano, VP and Sr Counsel, Privacy Compliance at Spirion, Wally Bitautk, VP Global Business Development at Seclore
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  • Advancing GDPR Compliance, Post-Schrems II, Using Data Classification Nov 15 2021 4:00 pm UTC 54 mins
    Scott M. Giordano, VP and Sr Counsel, Privacy Compliance at Spirion, Wally Bitautk, VP Global Business Development at Seclore
    Over the past 20 years, data classification has consistently been proven effective in protecting sensitive data. Combining classification with modern Digital Rights Management (DRM) enables organizations to precisely define the “who”, “what”, “when”, and “where” of sensitive data access, promoting compliance with a wide range of cybersecurity and privacy mandates. In the wake of last summer’s Schrems II decision from the Court of Justice of the European Union, the “where” of access has become especially relevant for complying with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

    Schrems II mandates additional controls for the transfer of personal data out of the EU and controlling the “where” data can be accessed represents a powerful tool not only for complying with the GDPR, but for many other cybersecurity mandates. In this presentation, data protection technical and legal experts will discuss employing a combination of data classification and DRM for compliance with the GDPR and similar laws.

    Takeaways include:

    • A summary of the Schrems II decision and why it matters to you now
    • The relationship between classification and policy enforcement
    • Leveraging data classification and DRM for legal compliance – including the “where”
  • A single source of truth for sensitive data: Managing cyber and privacy risks Nov 8 2021 8:00 pm UTC 47 mins
    Jason Hodgert, Product Marketing Manager, Spirion, and Rob Server, Director of Product Marketing, Spirion
    Data privacy cannot be achieved with a one-size-fits-all solution. Regulations, business requirements, and customer concerns can vary between regions, industries, revenue, and more. While many agree that data discovery is a foundational aspect of any data privacy management program, what’s less clear is where organizations go from there.

    The concept of profiles in the NIST Privacy Framework addresses this and lays out strategies for organizations to map out the next steps in their privacy planning depending on factors such as organizational maturity, capacity for change, and regulatory requirements.

    This Tech Talk will detail how the world’s most accurate data discovery in Spirion Sensitive Data Platform (Spirion SDP) can be used to expand privacy operations with a blend of extended core functionality and intelligent optional add-ons.

    Key takeaways:
    • Discover the depth, breadth and accuracy of our Privacy-Grade solution, Spirion SDP
    • Explore how to automate SRR fulfilment with speed and accuracy using Spirion Sensitive Data Finder
    • Learn how to leverage Spirion Sensitive Data Watcher to monitor, connect and understand sensitive data

    With multiple tools to choose from, Spirion empowers organizations to design privacy programs that are right-sized for their company’s data privacy and security needs and to be confident that their data is protected – no matter where it lives.
  • Data Needs Monitoring: Reduce the Privacy Risk of Your Sensitive Data Nov 1 2021 3:00 pm UTC 30 mins
    Jason Hodgert, Product Marketing Mgr.; Penni Kessler, Dir. of Product Management; Britton Karon, Sr. Technical Product Mgr.
    As organizations struggle over misuse and exfiltration of data, visibility and accountability is more important than ever.

    This Tech Talk will explore the Activity Monitoring functionality of Spirion Sensitive Data Watcher (SD Watcher). Powered by Spirion Sensitive Data Platform (SDP), Spirion SD Watcher allows users to collect and report on file and folder activity to help identify unauthorized or abnormal behavior involving sensitive data. This better allows organizations to prioritize privacy risk management by determining if, when and, how sensitive data may have been accessed or exfiltrated and build a stronger security posture.

    You will learn:
    - How the accuracy and breadth of data discovery delivered by Spirion SDP is augmented by Spirion SD Watcher to allow data stewards to better to manage compliance and privacy risk
    - What the MITRE ATT&CK framework is and how it provides a best-practices approach to activity monitoring
    - The concept of the “accidental insider” and how to protect against these types of breaches

    Speakers: Jason Hodgert, Penni Kessler, and Britton Karon from Spirion
  • U.S. Data Privacy Trailblazer: Virginia comprehensive data privacy law Oct 25 2021 8:00 pm UTC 38 mins
    Scott M. Giordano & VA Senator David W. Marsden
    On March 2, Virginia became the nation’s second state to adopt a comprehensive data privacy law—and the first state to enact such protection of its own accord. Introduced by Senator David W. Marsden, the progressive Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (VCDPA) reflects many of the consumer rights granted under California’s privacy laws—but goes a step further—by aligning with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation in a few critical areas.

    Spirion’s Scott Giordano, VP and Sr. Counsel, Privacy and Compliance, has the privilege to sit down with Senator Marsden to discuss the spark behind the introduction of the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act and the nuances of the VCDPA for companies doing business in Virginia or marketing to Virginian citizens.

    Can’t miss topics include:

    • Who must comply with the VCDPA?
    • Why is the VCDPA important for Virginia residents?
    • What are the business obligations of VCDPA?
    • How will VCDPA be enforced?
    • What additional state legislation is expected across the U.S. in 2021?
  • The California Privacy Rights Act of 2020: Your Questions, Answered Oct 18 2021 3:00 pm UTC 61 mins
    Scott M. Giordano, V.P. and Sr. Counsel, Privacy and Compliance, Spirion
    What is sensitive personal information?  What about cross-context behavioral advertising? Where do I have to have to search when a consumer requests their personal information?  These and a whole host of other questions have been raised by voter approval of Prop. 24, the California Privacy Rights Act of 2020 (CPRA). 

    In this interactive webinar, we’ll take a look at this new law and how it expands on the new and wide-ranging consumer rights created by the CCPA.  We’ll also answer your questions, live, and offer insight into getting your organization ready in advance of the compliance deadline. 

    Takeaways include:
    - A summary of new consumer rights under the law
    - Likely changes you’ll need for your information security program
    - An understanding of the “opt-in” vs. “opt-out” rules for collecting, selling, and sharing personal information

    Speaker: Scott M. Giordano, V.P. and Sr. Counsel, Privacy and Compliance, Spirion
  • Florida HB 1297: What Is It and What Does It Mean For My IT Security Team? Oct 11 2021 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Scott M. Giordano (Spirion), Trace Hollifield (GuidePoint Security), and Heath Beach (Avail Strategies)
    As the wave of ransomware and other attacks on government entities continues to rise, legislatures have responded with the creation of government security operations centers (or SOCs) or similar cybersecurity programs. In particular, the state of Florida has recently passed into law a program to fund its own SOC. Starting a SOC raises all kinds of questions: What are the key components? What kinds of professionals should be staffing it? How can it be developed on time and on budget? In this panel discussion, cybersecurity technical and legal professionals will offer their insight into how best to get a cybersecurity program off the ground.

    Takeaways include:

    • The role of a cybersecurity steering committee
    • Basic capabilities all SOCs should have
    • Working with legal and audit teams
  • Subject Rights Requests simplified: Using Spirion to maintain privacy compliance Oct 5 2021 3:00 pm UTC 37 mins
    Jason Hodgert (Marketing Product Manager, Spirion) and Matthew Barnett (Sr. Technical Product Manager, Spirion)
    To date, 31 states have either signed, passed, or introduced GDPR/CCPA-style legislation to protect the privacy of consumers which is transforming how business and private sectors alike manage customer data.

    A common thread among many of these regulations are a list of consumer rights with regards to the handling of the data organizations like yours collect every day. While the naming and number of these rights vary from state to state, they commonly include, but are not limited to the Right of Access, the Right of Rectification, and the Right of Deletion.

    Consumers exercise these rights through what is commonly referred to as a Data Subject Access Request (DSAR), Individual Rights Request (IRR) or Subject Rights Request (SRR) detailing their personal data footprint. Under these regulations, these requests must be handled promptly, accurately, and without exception.

    On this Tech Talk, we will introduce Spirion Sensitive Data Finder to demonstrate how this tool protects and simplifies Rights Requests for current and future regulations. Key takeaways:

    -Find personal or sensitive data, wherever it lives (you can’t protect what you don’t know you have!)
    -Identify the data relationships between documents and locations associated with the same person through our personal data recognizer technology
    -Build an inventory of discovered subjects for fast reporting to fulfill DSAR, IRR, and SRR requests within a given compliance window through user-friendly dashboards
    -Build and generates subject reports containing a summary of data types
  • GDPR vs. CCPA vs. CCPA 2.0: 10 Critical Differences Sep 29 2021 8:00 pm UTC 61 mins
    Scott M. Giordano, V.P. and Sr. Counsel, Privacy and Compliance, Spirion
    “The CCPA is just the U.S. version of the GDPR.”

    “If I’m compliant with the GDPR, I’m also compliant with the CCPA.”

    “Personal data under GDPR is the same as personal information under CCPA.”

    All of this common wisdom about the GDPR and CCPA is arguably false. In fact, there are numerous differences, some great and some subtle, between the two that serve as traps for the unwary. Add to this the upcoming CCPA 2.0, with its new class of (and significant restrictions on the use of) personal information, and the potential for consumer complaints and disputes with supply-chain members becomes dramatic. In this interactive webinar, a privacy and security industry veteran will analyze, compare, and contrast these laws and offer insight into what they mean for your data protection program.

    Takeaways include:

    -Key differences between the three laws that impact your data protection strategy
    -Avoiding conflicts with supply-chain members and other business partners
    -How to leverage current compliance efforts for CCPA 2.0 and other upcoming data protection laws

    Speaker: Scott M. Giordano, Esq., V.P., Data Protection, Spirion

    Scott M. Giordano is an attorney with more than 20 years of legal, technology, and risk management consulting experience. An IAPP Fellow of Information Privacy and a Certified Information Security Systems Professional (CISSP), Scott serves as Spirion’s subject matter expert on multinational data protection and its intersection with technology, export compliance, internal investigations, information governance, and risk management. Scott has held senior positions at several legal technology firms and is listed as co-inventor on Intelligent Searching of Electronically Stored Information, patent application no. 13/842,910. In addition, he taught the first law school course anywhere on electronic evidence and e-discovery. Scott is a member of the bar in Washington state, California, and the District of Columbia.
  • Enabling End-to-End Data Security & Privacy Sep 21 2021 5:00 pm UTC 44 mins
    Allison Kazerounian (Director, Product Marketing) and Cory Retherford (Advisory Solutions Engineer) at Spirion
    The ultimate combination to enrich your data security and privacy protection: Every organization has sensitive data. With that comes the legal responsibility to be good stewards to provide protections or security and privacy. Understanding what kinds of data you have and where it resides is a challenge- because it lives everywhere, not just on Office 365 products. Microsoft AIP/MIP is a fairly common application in business today and many organizations capitalize on its built in features that provides some security to Microsoft products. But, with data security and data privacy will that layer of defense be enough for the entire ecosystem that isn’t a Microsoft utility? Spirion partners with Microsoft to enrich that layer of data security and privacy protection that AIP and MIP addresses and then goes beyond what they don’t secure- your file servers, non-Microsoft cloud technologies, other non-Microsoft on premise cloud databases and Microsoft, Mac, and Linux work-stations.

    Join us for a 30 minute tech-talk where we take a look at how Spirion complements Microsoft AIP and MIP to provide your organization with what you need for data security and privacy.

    Key takeaways include:
    - How a complete data discovery framework in your entire ecosystem can protect your organization and the community you serve
    - How Spirion can discover common sensitive data (PII) and complex data specific to your organization, above and beyond the normal Microsoft Regular Expression with high confidence.
    - How Spirion classifications and labeling provides AIP and MIP users more options and business context than the single one that Microsoft provides
    - Know the difference between protecting data at rest and data in motion and how Spirion plus AIP and MIP scanning can be a game changer for your business

    Speakers: Allison Kazerounian (Director, Product Marketing) and Cory Retherford (Advisory Solutions Engineer) at Spirion
  • Stop Classifying Your Data Manually…use automation to add accuracy and security! Recorded: Sep 16 2021 36 mins
    Wally Bitaut (Seclore Technology), Alfonso Vazquez & Jason Hodgert (Spirion)
    Data classification has often been described as a foundational step in any data protection program, but has traditionally been seen as too laborious, time consuming, and inconsistent to deliver the results necessary for true peace of mind.

    Join Spirion along with Seclore, a pioneer in data-centric rights management, as we demonstrate how automation can consistently secure your data without placing an unnecessary burden on data stewards.

    In this webinar, you learn & see:
    -How automated discovery and classification is more accurate, more efficient, and better suited to modern workflows than manual methods
    -How Seclore takes the guesswork out of rights management by securing sensitive data with powerful reporting and revocable access that can be modified at any time
    -Why automated data protection replaces the need for manual classification
    -A live demonstration detailing a sample workflow
  • Security and Privacy: The Yin and Yang of Effective Enterprise Data Governance Recorded: Sep 15 2021 60 mins
    Dave Cohen, Senior Knowledge Manager, IAPP, Gabe Gumbs, Head of Product, Spirion, Alexandra Ross, Data Protection, Autodesk
    Close collaboration between security and privacy experts is more important than ever before. The balance between cyberattack prevention and the constantly changing regulatory landscape leads both security and privacy to the same fundamental goal – cultivating a secure, trustworthy, and risk-aware culture.

    By working together, security and privacy teams can achieve more effective data governance enterprise-wide and positively affect multiple facets of their business operations.

    Join us and a panel of industry security and privacy experts as we discuss why duplicative, separate processes are inefficient, prone to issues, and fast becoming an unworkable strategy.

    Key topics will include:
    • Security and privacy: the yin and yang of effective data governance.
    • The risks of failing to integrate privacy and security.
    • Creating a more collaborative process for security and privacy teams to work together.
    • Essential sensitive data protection practices across the key stages of enterprise readiness.
  • Advancing GDPR Compliance, Post-Schrems II, Using Data Classification Recorded: Aug 17 2021 54 mins
    Scott M. Giordano, VP and Sr Counsel, Privacy Compliance at Spirion, Wally Bitautk, VP Global Business Development at Seclore
    Over the past 20 years, data classification has consistently been proven effective in protecting sensitive data. Combining classification with modern Digital Rights Management (DRM) enables organizations to precisely define the “who”, “what”, “when”, and “where” of sensitive data access, promoting compliance with a wide range of cybersecurity and privacy mandates. In the wake of last summer’s Schrems II decision from the Court of Justice of the European Union, the “where” of access has become especially relevant for complying with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

    Schrems II mandates additional controls for the transfer of personal data out of the EU and controlling the “where” data can be accessed represents a powerful tool not only for complying with the GDPR, but for many other cybersecurity mandates. In this presentation, data protection technical and legal experts will discuss employing a combination of data classification and DRM for compliance with the GDPR and similar laws.

    Takeaways include:

    • A summary of the Schrems II decision and why it matters to you now
    • The relationship between classification and policy enforcement
    • Leveraging data classification and DRM for legal compliance – including the “where”
  • Shaping Privacy Policy and Legislation in Higher Education Recorded: Aug 10 2021 59 mins
    Kent Wada, UCLA, CPO, Joseph Barnes, UIUC, CPSO, Jason Hodgert, Spirion, PM, and Merritt Neale, Huron, Senior Director
    How three universities balance student privacy protections with the need for comprehensive data.
  • Florida HB 1297: What Is It and What Does It Mean For My IT Security Team? Recorded: Jul 21 2021 60 mins
    Scott M. Giordano (Spirion), Trace Hollifield (GuidePoint Security), and Heath Beach (Avail Strategies)
    As the wave of ransomware and other attacks on government entities continues to rise, legislatures have responded with the creation of government security operations centers (or SOCs) or similar cybersecurity programs. In particular, the state of Florida has recently passed into law a program to fund its own SOC. Starting a SOC raises all kinds of questions: What are the key components? What kinds of professionals should be staffing it? How can it be developed on time and on budget? In this panel discussion, cybersecurity technical and legal professionals will offer their insight into how best to get a cybersecurity program off the ground.

    Takeaways include:

    • The role of a cybersecurity steering committee
    • Basic capabilities all SOCs should have
    • Working with legal and audit teams
  • U.S. Data Privacy Trailblazer: Virginia comprehensive data privacy law Recorded: Jun 30 2021 38 mins
    Scott M. Giordano & VA Senator David W. Marsden
    On March 2, Virginia became the nation’s second state to adopt a comprehensive data privacy law—and the first state to enact such protection of its own accord. Introduced by Senator David W. Marsden, the progressive Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (VCDPA) reflects many of the consumer rights granted under California’s privacy laws—but goes a step further—by aligning with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation in a few critical areas.

    Spirion’s Scott Giordano, VP and Sr. Counsel, Privacy and Compliance, has the privilege to sit down with Senator Marsden to discuss the spark behind the introduction of the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act and the nuances of the VCDPA for companies doing business in Virginia or marketing to Virginian citizens.

    Can’t miss topics include:

    • Who must comply with the VCDPA?
    • Why is the VCDPA important for Virginia residents?
    • What are the business obligations of VCDPA?
    • How will VCDPA be enforced?
    • What additional state legislation is expected across the U.S. in 2021?
  • A single source of truth for sensitive data: Managing cyber and privacy risks Recorded: Jun 15 2021 47 mins
    Jason Hodgert, Product Marketing Manager, Spirion, and Rob Server, Director of Product Marketing, Spirion
    Data privacy cannot be achieved with a one-size-fits-all solution. Regulations, business requirements, and customer concerns can vary between regions, industries, revenue, and more. While many agree that data discovery is a foundational aspect of any data privacy management program, what’s less clear is where organizations go from there.

    The concept of profiles in the NIST Privacy Framework addresses this and lays out strategies for organizations to map out the next steps in their privacy planning depending on factors such as organizational maturity, capacity for change, and regulatory requirements.

    This Tech Talk will detail how the world’s most accurate data discovery in Spirion Sensitive Data Platform (Spirion SDP) can be used to expand privacy operations with a blend of extended core functionality and intelligent optional add-ons.

    Key takeaways:
    • Discover the depth, breadth and accuracy of our Privacy-Grade solution, Spirion SDP
    • Explore how to automate SRR fulfilment with speed and accuracy using Spirion Sensitive Data Finder
    • Learn how to leverage Spirion Sensitive Data Watcher to monitor, connect and understand sensitive data

    With multiple tools to choose from, Spirion empowers organizations to design privacy programs that are right-sized for their company’s data privacy and security needs and to be confident that their data is protected – no matter where it lives.
  • Privacy Grade: Three Quality Standards for Surefire Data Protection Recorded: Jun 10 2021 61 mins
    Paige Bartley, Senior Analyst, 451 Research and Jason Hodgert, Product Marketing Manager, Spirion
    Amid an increasingly complex regulatory landscape, much ado is made over privacy theory and frameworks. But what are organizations today actually doing to meet data privacy and data protection requirements? Responsibility for data privacy practices are frequently spread across roles and departments, underscoring the need for methodology that spans business functions.

    The concept of “Privacy-Grade” embraces this reality, proposing a combination of technologies and techniques that ensure sensitive data protections are persistently enforced throughout an enterprise.

    Join 451 Research and Spirion for a webinar that looks at the real-world ways that large enterprises are handling data privacy and data protection requirements. This webinar will share essential take-aways from recent survey research and identify opportunities for businesses to embrace contemporary Privacy-Grade technologies and techniques to effectively close the gap—ensuring sensitive data protections are persistently enforced across the enterprise.

    Key topics include:
    -Organizational privacy dynamics and pain points
    -Data management and governance trends
    -Critical data privacy technological capabilities and limitations
    -Key metrics and success factors
    -Privacy-Grade technologies and techniques
  • The California Privacy Rights Act of 2020: Your Questions, Answered Recorded: Jun 3 2021 61 mins
    Scott M. Giordano, V.P. and Sr. Counsel, Privacy and Compliance, Spirion
    What is sensitive personal information?  What about cross-context behavioral advertising?  Where do I have to have to search when a consumer requests their personal information?  These and a whole host of other questions have been raised by voter approval of Prop. 24, the California Privacy Rights Act of 2020 (CPRA). 

    In this interactive webinar, we’ll take a look at this new law and how it expands on the new and wide-ranging consumer rights created by the CCPA.  We’ll also answer your questions, live, and offer insight into getting your organization ready in advance of the compliance deadline. 

    Takeaways include:
    - A summary of new consumer rights under the law
    - Likely changes you’ll need for your information security program
    - An understanding of the “opt-in” vs. “opt-out” rules for collecting, selling, and sharing personal information

    Speaker: Scott M. Giordano, V.P. and Sr. Counsel, Privacy and Compliance, Spirion
  • Utah protects mountains of data with the Cybersecurity Affirmative Defense Act Recorded: May 20 2021 34 mins
    Walt Brooks (Utah House Representative) & Scott M. Giordano (General Counsel at Spirion)
    The legal landscape surrounding data use and privacy is increasing in complexity as U.S. states enact regulations to protect consumers and businesses. In March of 2021, Utah’s Governor, Spencer Cox, signed the Cybersecurity Affirmative Defense Act (H.B. 80). Introduced by Representative Walt Brooks, the Cybersecurity Affirmative Defense Act (CADA) offers liability protections as long as business victims follow reasonable cybersecurity controls and best practices when managing personal data.  Utah is the second state behind Ohio to establish an affirmative defense to claims arising from a breach of system security.
     
    Spirion’s Scott Giordano, General Counsel, will sit down with Representative Brooks to discuss the motivation behind the Cybersecurity Affirmative Defense Act, what informed the elements of the legislation, and advice for future affirmative defense statutes.
     
    Key takeaways include:
    -Requirements under the Utah Cybersecurity Affirmative Defense Act
    -The differences between the Ohio and Utah affirmative defense model
    -The future of Utah and federal data protection law
  • Subject Rights Requests simplified: Using Spirion to maintain privacy compliance Recorded: May 19 2021 37 mins
    Jason Hodgert (Marketing Product Manager, Spirion) and Matthew Barnett (Sr. Technical Product Manager, Spirion)
    To date, 31 states have either signed, passed, or introduced GDPR/CCPA-style legislation to protect the privacy of consumers which is transforming how business and private sectors alike manage customer data.

    A common thread among many of these regulations are a list of consumer rights with regards to the handling of the data organizations like yours collect every day. While the naming and number of these rights vary from state to state, they commonly include, but are not limited to the Right of Access, the Right of Rectification, and the Right of Deletion.

    Consumers exercise these rights through what is commonly referred to as a Data Subject Access Request (DSAR), Individual Rights Request (IRR) or Subject Rights Request (SRR) detailing their personal data footprint. Under these regulations, these requests must be handled promptly, accurately, and without exception.

    On this Tech Talk, we will introduce Spirion Sensitive Data Finder to demonstrate how this tool protects and simplifies Rights Requests for current and future regulations. Key takeaways:

    -Find personal or sensitive data, wherever it lives (you can’t protect what you don’t know you have!)
    -Identify the data relationships between documents and locations associated with the same person through our personal data recognizer technology
    -Build an inventory of discovered subjects for fast reporting to fulfill DSAR, IRR, and SRR requests within a given compliance window through user-friendly dashboards
    -Build and generates subject reports containing a summary of data types
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Spirion has relentlessly solved real data protection problems since 2006 with accurate, contextual discovery of structured and unstructured data, purposeful classification, automated real-time risk remediation, and powerful analytics and dashboards to give organizations greater visibility into their most at-risk data and assets.

Spirion’s privacy-grade™ data protection software enables organizations to reduce risk exposure (protect against data breaches and avoid costly fees), gain visibility into their data footprint—wherever it lives, improve business efficiencies and decision-making while facilitating compliance with ever-changing data protection laws and regulations.

With solutions offered both in a highly-scalable cloud architecture or on-premise, Spirion is equipped to help protect what matters most—the personal data of our customers, our colleagues, and our communities.

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