KPMG UK Announces New App to Extract Personally Identifiable Information Following Cyber Incidents
PII Extractor speeds up the identification of personal information in data sets in the event of a cyber breach
PII Extractor speeds up the identification of personal information in data sets
KPMG UK today unveiled its new tool to extract and report personally identifiable information (PII) / personal data (PD), making it easier for organisations to perform Data Subject Access Requests (DSARs) and PII Identification and Review. Using the app allows organisations to simplify regulatory compliance and reduce costs. KPMG’s PII Extractor tool is compatible with Relativity’s software as a service (SaaS) product, RelativityOne1.
Following a cyber incident, organisations must report breaches of personal data and identity information that can be spread across documents and applications to meet regulatory requirements. Piecing together and reporting such data is time and resource intensive. With a growing number of such projects, this type of data extraction is also disruptive as it lies outside routine business activities. The PII Extractor tool will allow users to extract personally identifiable information/personal data such as names, phone numbers and email addresses directly in the Relativity native viewer and link it to a data subject with ease.
PII Extractor eliminates the need to copy and paste required information and generates a clear report which can be used for risk assessments, breach notifications, faster responses to data subject access requests and reporting to data protection authorities.
Magnus Becher, Director, Forensic Advisory, said: “While working on a large multi-terabyte PII/PD identification project, we needed a faster and streamlined way of tagging and coding PII in native documents within RelativityOne. KPMG PII Extractor augments the existing features in Relativity to let us do that. Users have a more streamlined review and reporting experience which saves clients time and money. More importantly, it simplifies compliance with data protection regulation. Going forward, our focus will continue to be on identifying areas of improvement and integrating relevant technology solutions for us to drive higher quality and efficiency in identifying personal data in large data sets.”
Nisrine Nehmé, EMEA Sales Leader at Relativity, said: “With the need for strong cybersecurity practices continuing to grow, it is important to enable our customers to extract sensitive data with ease and speed. KPMG’s new compatibility with RelativityOne showcases their commitment to delivering outstanding data protection solutions and we are excited to witness the heightened level of efficiency that RelativityOne will bring to their data extraction process.”
PII Extractor is now available in the Relativity App Hub2, which includes applications and integrations built by Relativity developer partners. The App Hub now has 124 apps available and allows clients to choose solutions that best suit their workflows across different stages of the e-discovery process, helping solve data challenges outside e-discovery.
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