Highlights from the attached IDC research report on SaveYourData

STOP DATA DELETION PROJECTS: Whether you know about them or not, your company has projects underway to delete valuable data - possibly before the end of the year - because they are unaware that a legal alternative exists. SaveYourData state-of-the-art software is available TODAY as an alternative to deleting EU personal data to avoid GDPR fines and injunctions. 

The attached IDC report, Anonos' SaveYourData — a EuroPrivacy Certified Solution — "Deep Freezes" Enterprises' Existing Personal Data Sets as They Plan Analytics Strategies, highlights that:

  1. Companies do not need to delete their data under GDPR.  There is a solution and it is the only CERTIFIED solution under GDPR.  IDC has written the attached report to provide the industry with a comprehensive and straightforward explanation of what all companies need to be aware of for GDPR preparation 2.0.  1.0 was preparedness.  2.0 is having the legal right to use and store your data.  Doing nothing is not an option.
  2. Anonos’ EuroPrivacy certified SaveYourData® software complies with legal and technical requirements for Pseudonymization under the GDPR, which is necessary to enable a privacy-compliant ‘deep-freeze’ for personal data accumulated by enterprises while they outline a long-term solution for compliant Big Data analytics & AI processing.
  3. Anonos’ patented SaveYourData dynamic pseudonymization capabilities maximize data value and differ from traditional anonymization, tokenization, static pseudonymization and generalization techniques that do not provide GDPR compliant support for Big Data analytics & AI.
  4. Due to the uncertain time-sensitive nature of the “one-off” right to transform illegal data under the GDPR into a new legal format, organizations must take appropriate action immediately to ensure continued access and use of valuable data assets.

The GDPR applies to all EU personal data: broad definitions of Personal Data and Location.  This includes all, directly and indirectly, identifying data collected about any person when that person is located in the EU regardless of citizenship of the person or the location of the company managing the data. For example, data collected by a US-based credit card issuer from a US citizen customer when they are in the EU is “personal data” subject to the GDPR. 

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