SOC 2 certification requirements and best practices are integrated into every facet of our platform, ensuring enhanced protection for our customers.
Can DLP or DSPM truly tackle data risk in this highly regulated business environment? Examining their strengths and weaknesses can help us define the key problems they solve and guide us towards a comprehensive solution.
Dwight Doscher, Director of Security and Compliance at Stride Health, on enabling teams, data privacy technology, how and why to scope, the right time to invest in a data discovery solution, and all things privacy, security, and compliance.
Dwight Doscher, Director of Security and Compliance from Stride Health, draws on his deep privacy and security experience in this conversation with Jeremy Mailen.
Data privacy regulations require justifiable reasons for holding customer data. Automating retention and deletion is key but requires a thoughtful approach.
The critical question to ask before you bet on that privacy vendor.
Are you prepared to respond to your former employees’ DSRs at scale and in a compliant manner? Technology can help.
Two simple questions can help determine if that DSR product has your back.
Divebell partners with PrivacyCheq to create Active Data Consent™ — the holy grail of data privacy.
7 reasons why your Amazon Macie may not be the best solution to protect your S3 data
Sensitive data — that metaphorical or literal passwords.xls file — could be anywhere in your diverse data ecosystems. Are you equipped for data search and rescue?
Insights and tips from the privacy trenches on how to turn the sales team into your biggest cheerleader.
Up at night wondering where your data really is? If you want to monitor where your data is, and where it’s going, you need some automated help with that. Hear how Divebell works to help you sleep at night — and get an alarm to wake you when things go awry.
Every Data Privacy team has professionals with different priorities, based on their roles within the organization and the departments to which they report. How do you decide whose priority gets prioritized? Don’t play Rock, Paper, Scissors — there’s a better way!
Privacy team members are drawn from different functions with their own terminology and context. A shared understanding of their different lingo can help a privacy team work more smoothly.
Vikram Shrowty, Divebell’s CEO and Co-Founder, talks about the evolution of Divebell from the first Prototype, why he created Divebell and the inspiration behind the company name.
Modern technological advancement means data governance plans that looked great just a short time ago might now be obsolete. In this era of ever-increasing regulatory scrutiny, modernizing your Data Governance Program makes good business sense.
Jeremy Mailen, Divebell’s Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder, is driven by building simple yet elegant solutions that work equally well for privacy officers and the IT teams.
To comply with China’s PIPL law, companies will need to make sure they have a sophisticated data management program with solid privacy principles in place and a mature data inventory system with the power to enforce and manage those principles.
Ashish Shrowty, Divebell’s Chief Product Officer and Co-Founder, is passionate about freeing up the data — making data available for business excellence in a responsible way that doesn’t cause regulatory headaches.
To comply with the “look back” requirement of CPRA, you need to start tracking and tagging your customer data as of Jan 1, 2022. Buying, selling, or sharing the data of Californians? Your privacy-focused data-management system needs to be underway.