AvePoint Media Contact
Tel: +1 201-201-8143
AvePoint Launches the Latest Release of the AvePoint Privacy Impact Assessment System with Newly Integrated Microsoft GDPR Detailed Assessment, at the IAPP Privacy. Security. Risk. Conference 2017
AvePoint to share its expertise about the importance of metadata and profile three GDPR-focused solutions that will help organizations prepare for regulations on the horizon for May 2018.
San Diego, California — October 17, 2017— AvePoint, a leading provider of data protection solutions, announced today that it is the gold sponsor of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) Privacy. Security. Risk. (P.S.R.) Conference 2017 being held October 16-18 at the Manchester Grand Hyatt Hotel in San Diego. AvePoint will be presenting its Privacy Impact Assessment System, with new GDPR detailed assessments included that have been developed with assistance from Microsoft, as well as additional solutions geared towards risk assessment and mitigation to help organizations identify gaps in GDPR readiness.
Understand the AvePoint Privacy Impact Assessment System Firsthand
During the IAPP P.S.R. Conference, AvePoint will reveal the latest release of the AvePoint Privacy Impact Assessment System (APIA), developed by AvePoint and distributed exclusively by IAPP, that fully integrates an advanced GDPR Detailed Assessment developed with assistance from Microsoft. The GDPR Detailed Assessment helps organizations and their service providers gauge GDPR compliance progress and identifies where they are on the journey to GDPR readiness. With newly integrated reporting and trend analysis, APIA allows organizations to track their progress and improvements over time, and provides recommendations to close any existing gaps that are categorized into the areas of people, process, and technology.
Conference attendees can see APIA and the new GDPR Detailed Assessment in action on Tuesday, October 17 from 12:25-12:40 in Harbor D, and meet demonstrators/experts Dana Simberkoff, AvePoint Chief Risk, Privacy and Information Security Officer and Denis Heliszkowski, Senior Partner Marketing Manager at Microsoft.
“Trust is central to Microsoft’s mission to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more. We take a principled approach with strong commitments to make sure our customers can trust the digital technology they use,” said Giovanni Mezgec, General Manager, Office Marketing at Microsoft. “As part of our commitment to accelerate customers’ journey of compliance with the GDPR, we have developed the Microsoft GDPR Detailed Assessment, to facilitate understanding and formulate an action plan based on the needs of their environment.”
Distributed to the global privacy community exclusively by the IAPP, APIA is a technology solution that mitigates the risk inherent with manual privacy impact assessments, helping organizations to better protect personally identiﬁable information. APIA helps organizations understand and automate the process of evaluating, assessing, and reporting on the privacy implications of their enterprise IT systems.
“APIA is the perfect tool for organizations and privacy professionals to examine where they are regarding GDPR, which will be in place in less than a year. APIA uncovers potential risks and impacts, and eases trepidation about next steps to become fully compliant,” said Simberkoff. “The first step is to determine what information exists. APIA does this for you and allows organizations to instead focus efforts on how to get prepared. APIA essentially does the preliminary legwork.”
AvePoint will also demo new releases of Compliance Guardian and RiskIntel, two products that align well in the privacy and security space. Visit Booth #35 to speak with AvePoint experts about these products.
Compliance Guardian protects data throughout its entire lifecycle and automates permissions and governance. New to Compliance Guardian is a GDPR risk calculator and support of Slack and Dropbox, which adds to an extensive list of platforms that integrate with the solution, including SharePoint on-premises and online; Exchange Online, OneDrive for Business and Yammer in Office 365.
RiskIntel allows organizations to discover how well their IT systems stand up to the latest privacy regulations. It automates privacy and impact assessments around threshold and data protection. RiskIntel identifies the appropriate controls to protect personally identifiable information (PII) and other sensitive information, and meets key requirements for global privacy legislation, including the GDPR, as well as ISO 27001 and 27002.
On Wednesday, October 18, 10:30-11:30 a.m. PT, Simberkoff and Esad Ismailov, AvePoint Senior Compliance Technical Specialist will lead the session, “Metadata is a Love Note to the Future (And will Help You Comply with GDPR!)” Other session topics include good data governance, how to properly comply with future regulations, data sovereignty and cybersecurity best practices.
AvePoint ermöglicht seinen Kunden eine vertrauensvolle Zusammenarbeit. Die Datenmanagement-Lösungen von AvePoint helfen dem umfangreichen, globalen Kundenstamm, komplexe Transformations-, Governance- und Compliance-Herausforderungen in der Microsoft-Cloud zu bewältigen. Als fünffacher Gewinner der Auszeichnung „Global Microsoft Partner of the Year" bietet AvePoint die einzige vollständige Suite von SaaS-Lösungen zur Migration, Verwaltung und zum Schutz von Daten in Microsoft 365.
Mehr als 9 Millionen Cloud-Anwender vertrauen auf unsere Lösungen, um die Produktivität, Compliance und Sicherheit ihrer Unternehmen zu verbessern. Die SaaS-Lösungen von AvePoint stehen auch Managed Service Providern zur Verfügung, damit diese ihre kleinen und mittelständischen Geschäftskunden besser unterstützen und managen können. Die Multi-Tenant-Lösungen von AvePoint sind bei über einem Dutzend Distributoren in mehr als 100 Cloud-Marktplätzen weltweit erhältlich.
AvePoint wurde im Jahr 2001 gegründet und hat seinen Hauptsitz in Jersey City, New Jersey. Weitere Informationen finden Sie hier.
Alle hierin genannten Produkt- und Firmennamen können eingetragene Marken ihrer jeweiligen Eigentümer sein.