‘Organisations that collect, process, or store data on EU citizens may be subject to request about how their personal information is being stored, handled, and processed – including who has access to it, and who is accessing it. Being able to answer, and address these questions in a timely manner is central to the citizens’ rights portion of GDPR. Leveraging information about the environment, such as where GDPR data exists, and the permissions and auditing around that data empower organizations to address the requests without initiating huge, manual discovery projects for each request’
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