Protegrity’s data-first security approach simplifies GDPR compliance by enabling enterprises to honor the data protection rights of individuals without compromising the value of their deidentified data, and mitigates breach notification requirements and penalties by protecting PII.Download White Paper
PCI standards advocate the use of tokenization to reduce the risks and costs associated with storing, processing and transmitting cardholder data. Protegrity de-identifies PCI data across all silos and systems to simplify compliance and reduce the scope of annual audits.Download White Paper
Protegrity protects sensitive healthcare data with the most advanced tokenization and encryption technologies available on the market. Whether dealing with EMR, provider, payor, or patient data, Protegrity secures the data throughout its lifecycle to ensure it is protected no matter where it gets used or stored.Download Solution Brief
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) goes into effect on January 1, 2020. Protegrity gives enterprises the ability to protect sensitive consumer data and control access to it based on consent, both inside the enterprise’s systems and with 3rd parties, so that they can meet CCPA guidelines around data protection, data collection and the right to deletion.Learn More
Protegrity’s approach to data protection allows Federal entities to add additional data protection and enforce ‘least privilege’ within FedRAMP-certified cloud service providers (CSPs) while also covering on-premise systems, delivering full logging and auditing of data access, down to the letter and number within fields.
Protegrity helps the world’s largest organizations to overcome their compliance challenges with a data-first security platform that has the tenets of privacy and security at the foundation of its technology and methodology.