GDPR represents a sea change for the organizations that store or process data on EU residents. As companies scramble to comply with GDPR, data governance helps enterprises manage risk effectively and gain competitive advantage through responsible use of data assets.
Hortonworks Cybersecurity Platform provides an accelerated path to a single view of threat data to help enterprises comply with the breach notification provisions of GDPR.
Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP) reduces compliance risk by identifying and classifying sensitive data, understanding its lineage and impact, and automating its use, retention, and recovery.
GDPR Compliance Building Blocks
Hortonworks Platform Components
Apache Metron enables a single view of diverse, streaming security data at scale to aid enterprises rapidly detect and respond to cyber security threats.
Detect and respond to threats using a single view of diverse, streaming data at scale. Apache Metron is a centralized solution for security monitoring and analysis that features log aggregation, full packet capture indexing, advanced behavioral analytics and data enrichment.
Identify and classify sensitive data, harvest and maintain metadata about data stores, owners and business classifications using Apache Atlas.
Enterprise Data Catalog & Business Glossary
Leverage metadata to identify and classify sensitive data using Apache Atlas. Map sources and specific data locations that contain high-risk or personal data.
Data Lineage and Impact Analysis
Use Apache Atlas to maintain a near real-time view of data movement throughout the enterprise and understand the proliferation of sensitive data with data lineage and impact analysis.
Use Apache Ranger to implement policy-based data access controls. Monitor user activity to support both forensic auditing, as well as alerting for proactive breach notification.
Protect sensitive data through anonymization and pseudonymization using Apache Ranger’s dynamic masking functionality.
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