The latest release of trust-hub’s Privacy Lens offers a unique set of features and benefits, including some powered by Artificial Intelligence.
William Hern, solutions architect for trust-hub, explains: “AI has uses across a vast range of industries and market verticals. Personal Data Governance is no exception. trust-hub works very hard to stay at the forefront of technological development and we’re delighted to be able to bring the benefits of AI to our customers.”
Privacy Lens now uses AI to highlight any items of personal information that are being held by an organisation but which are not being used for a specified purpose. Finding any such items makes it easier to comply with the GDPR’s stringent data minimisation requirements. Personal data flagged as unused by Privacy Lens means that either the organisation has not yet documented all of its processes or it is holding data for which it has no use and so should delete it. In either case, follow-up action is required.
William Hern continues: “The potential for using AI to assist with privacy management is huge. With this release, we’ve barely scratched the surface of what AI can bring to Personal Data Governance.” This is just one of the new features introduced to trust-hub’s Privacy Lens with Release 2.33.