Regulatory Compliance

Effectively manage risks, ensure privacy and comply with data regulations

Data-driven organizations need to keep control and protect data to reduce risk exposure, ensure privacy, and comply with data regulations. To help do this, Zeenea Data Catalog automatically identifies, classifies, and manages personal data assets at scale.

 Through smart recommendations, our catalog detects personal information and gives suggestions on which assets to tag – ensuring that information about data policies and regulations is well communicated to all data consumers within the organization in their daily activities.

How Zeenea guarantees regulatory compliance

Identify & protect personal information

Increase the autonomy of Data Stewards

Manage policies with transparence

Comply with legal obligations

Build an enterprise process registry

By connecting your external sources to Zeenea, our data catalog automatically imports your existing data processes and their documentation. Our APIs & connectors centralize all your existing processes in a single platform and transform them into searchable items in the catalog. It is also possible to manually create your processes directly in the catalog and enrich their documentation via a simple and easy-to-use interface.

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Document legal obligations

Whether you are subject to the GDPR, BCBS 239, or another industry or country-specific regulation, Zeenea supports compliance at scale. The flexibility of our data catalog allows any organization to create customizable documentation and property templates, regardless of your business context. Enrich your legal documentation by adding mandatory properties, assigning contacts and roles, and creating different levels of sensitivity so your users can always be informed of when they are working with personal data.

Quickly identify personal data

Through machine learning capabilities, Zeenea Data Catalog speeds up time-consuming tasks by analyzing similarities between existing personal data. Our catalog provides smart recommendations by identifying and giving suggestions to tag personal data. Data Stewards can accept, ignore, or delete suggestions directly from their dashboard.

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Track the lifecycle of your data

Zeenea’s data catalog offers enhanced data lineage capabilities, allowing your users to navigate through the lifecycle of your data via a visual and easy-to-interpret lineage graph. Within this lineage, click on any item to get an overview of its documentation and relations to other assets to obtain a 360° view of your catalog items. You can also track the activities of your catalog items through our audit trail feature, so that you are always aware of the changes and transformations made to your information assets.

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