This month we thought we’d share some exciting new data products which are helping to keep business and personal information safe. With an increase in hybrid working and further reliance on IT systems to store information, it is important that businesses recognise what is available to them and embrace new technology to improve working practice when storing data, wherever possible.

Supported by revolutionary machine learning AI technology, not only does this give businesses peace of mind that their customer data is safe but can also provide a sales benefit. Here are just a few latest data products available!

Latest data products

Microsoft Pureview – Combining Azure Purview and well-known Microsoft 365 Compliance, the new Microsoft Pureview provides a unified approach to data governance and risk management for businesses which is supported by Microsoft Data and AI. This allows businesses easy access, to all their data, security and risk solutions. Whilst at the same time, the new software helps to safeguard and manage data across clouds, apps, and endpoints. – Microsoft launches new ‘one-stop-shop’ for data management | TechRadar

Personal Data Cleanup by McAfee – The newest edition to McAfee’s antivirus software products, Personal Data Cleanup offers ‘consumers visibility, removal guidance, and continuous monitoring’, according to businesswire.com. The new software empowers users to ‘remove personal data from some of the riskiest data broker sites on the web’ and to protect their personal identity information from thieves, hackers, and spammers – https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20220428005299/en/McAfee-Launches-Personal-Data-Cleanup-to-Help-Customers-Remove-Personal-Data-from-the-Web

Digital Regulation Cooperation Forum (DRCF) by the UK Government – Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) could in the future, ‘pose significant risks without due care’, according the UKGOV website. To stay up to date with the AI revolution and keep data secure as a priority, regulators are encouraged to work together under the new DRCF work plan, which aims to tackle some of the biggest digital challenges and puts data and privacy at the top of it’s priority – https://www.gov.uk/government/news/uk-s-digital-watchdogs-take-a-closer-look-at-algorithms-as-plans-set-out-for-year-ahead

For more information on protecting data within your business, please contact our dedicated data protection team at Crendon Insurance. Through a simple risk assessment, we help businesses to devise a GDPR strategy which is bespoke to individual companies and includes protection against data loss or cyber crime circumstances through GDPR data protection insurance and cyber attack insurance.