Employees, customers, suppliers, prospects – every company stores personal data about individuals. Should this data fall into the wrong e.g. through a hacker attack, every affected individual has to be informed by legal requirement. Without suitable tool support, the effort required for reporting on that data can be business-threatening.
Since the introduction of the GDPR, exorbitant fines have been threatened if required reports are not available for affected people within a short time. However, in an age of exponentially growing data volumes, numerous cloud providers, and a wide variety of data protection models, it is becoming increasingly difficult to meet these legal requirements without special solutions.