CSPi General Manager Gary Southwell Speaks to GDPR in CSO Article

Many companies will also be looking for technologies that helps them evaluate the scope of their breaches, and vendors are already rolling out products.

CSPi, for example, offers appliances that track all access to sensitive data records.

“It’s like a flight data recorder,” said Gary Southwell, general manager of the high performance products group at Lowell, Mass.-based CSPI Inc.

That helps companies figure out which records have been breached, and do it in time to meet the 72-hour deadline, he said.

Click here to read the full article by Maria Korolov at CSO.

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