Data Security

Discover, classify, remediate, and monitor sensitive data for data privacy and protection.

As organizations embark on digital transformation, there is a clear need for enterprise data privacy and protection. New data privacy laws and the growing enforcement of existing regulations challenge organizations. And most organizations face rapid data growth and proliferation across the enterprise. Organizations have more data, more use cases, and more locations than ever before.

Despite billions invested in cyber security, organizations continue to suffer misuse and loss of customer, employee, and partner data. Data loss for organizations grew 87 percent in 2017, threatening regulatory compliance and customer trust.



Benefits of Informatica Data Privacy and Protection

Discover private and sensitive data, understand data movement, link identities, analyze risk, and remediate with AI-driven recommendations.

Locate, classify, and understand sensitive data

Gain visibility across all data platforms and types.

Map identities

Index, inventory, and look up data subjects and identities.

Analyze and track data risk

Perform continuous risk analysis of sensitive data.

Plan, remediate, and monitor risk

Protect data from unauthorized access with automated orchestration and protection.

Address Compliance Risk

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) of the European Union (EU) can impose significant penalties on organizations—up to 4% of their annual revenue. GDPR forces organizations to understand their data privacy risks and take the appropriate measures to reduce the risk of unauthorized disclosure of consumers’ private information.

Research cites conditions that will continue to challenge organizations in safeguarding their data and will also increase their responsibility for safeguarding their information

  • Breaches continue to grow year over year (38%, PWC)
  • Intellectual property thefts show significant growth (56%, PWC)
  • Cost of data breaches is continually growing ($4M per incident, Ponemon)
  • New privacy regulations (General Data Protection Act—GDPR)
  • Boards are holding CEOs and executives responsible for breaches (NYSE survey)

With these conditions, organizations must have a complete understanding of their sensitive data and its risk to ensure compliance with policies and privacy laws, and organizations should monitor suspicious activity, unauthorized data access or transfers and remediate with security controls, alerts or notifications.    

Customer Success Stories

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Awards and Recognition

Info Security Products Guide named Informatica a Grand Winner in the 2018 Global Excellence Awards.


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