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International Data Privacy

Global companies with data centers and IT teams around the world need to comply with an increasing number national data privacy laws. Today, over 80 countries have their own unique national data privacy laws. This can create a significant data protection burden on multinational organizations. When users access data across borders, businesses need to deliver appropriate monitoring and controls to ensure compliance with national data privacy laws.

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In this customer story, an electronic payment processor is subject to the German Federal Data Protection Act. With a datacenter in Germany and DBAs located around the world, the company must prevent access to the Personally Identifiable Information (PII) of German citizens to any DBA outside of Germany. The payment processor is able to meet the Data Protection Act requirements using SecureSphere DAM to prevent unauthorized access by non German DBAs.

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