Data Governance for the Cloud

Cloud hosted applications can in theory have infinite end points. Compliance over your data in the cloud is meaningfully different from on-prem constructs

Compliance does not have to be resource intensive

Healthcare, Financial Services and other industries mandate how to handle and use personal identifiable information (PII) and protected health information (PHI), credit card data and other consumer records.Polymer helps enforce cloud compliance policies and redact sensitive data at risk to mantiain a compliant posture


Autonomous Compliance

1. Audit

Any User interaction with data assets is tracked and audited. This includes access, sharing and downloads


4. Reporting

Real time reporting on the risks to your organization based on event monitoring

2. Access

Data access can be defined as granularly as an entity type across all your platforms. Set up access policies that go above and beyond what your SaaS platforms provide

5. Incident Response

Any policy violation is tracked, alerted and automatically remediated without human intervention. Compliance teams are notified for any high risk incidences.

3. Data Protection

Detect and permission (all autonomously) access to sensitive data such as PII, PHI as it’s used within internal teams or how it is shared externally

6. Ongoing SOC Controls

SOC2 Type2 requires evidence of ongoing controls and governance. Polymer provides the reporting and remediation capabilities to satisfy most auditors’ demands.

Data governace reimagined

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