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Active Intelligence for Personally-Identifiable Information (PII)

New regulations such as GDPR and CCPA are requiring businesses to create new processes

You need new processes for:

PII Right to Access
PII Right to Erasure
Protecting PII from Malicious Erasures
The Right to Access - Quickly and Easily

With personal privacy regulations guaranteeing a Right of Access to individuals, businesses must respond to any access request within 30 days and provide full information on what and where the data is being kept, including within backups. With ioFABRIC, complying with this regulation goes from hours to seconds.

The Right to Erasure - with Simple Reporting

Access is not enough - individuals are now guaranteed a Right to Erasure of their personal data upon request, and businesses must comply. ioFABRIC's powerful search function also provides ability to remove (or replace) PII data while ensuring the integrity of the image backup. With all data logged, the ioFABRIC also creates a complete audit trail of the request and changes, saving businesses time and avoiding a tedious manual process.

Protecting PII from Malicious Erasures

Over 800 variants of ransomware now target and delete backups to prevent businesses from recovering. ioFABRIC’s unique immutable retention-lock capability ensures that backups are safeguarded from both encryption and deletion – accidental or malicious. By defining a retention period, backup files can be protected for any defined regulatory period.

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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT ioFABRIC

Solves the Right-to-Access, Right-to-Erasure, and Documentaion of Erasues quickly and simply in image backups. Something that had been impossible in timeframes required before ioFABRIC software.

Backups are the last line of defence from ransomware and they know it. That’s why they’re attacking the backups. ioFABRIC software makes those attacks pointless and protects that last line of defence.

Storage consumption is running rampant and busting budgets. ioFABRIC software enables us to create as many backups as we need for devops, test dev, search, and analytics projects without consuming costly storage.

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