MinerEye Launches Data Breach Incident Response & Investigation Service to Battle the Increasing Cyber Risks of Mass Telecommuting

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MinerEye Launches Data Breach Incident Response _ Investigation Service to Battle the Increasing Cyber Risks of Mass Telecommuting

MinerEye, www.minereye.com, a data protection leader, is proud to announce the launch of a new Intelligent Data Breach Incident Response and Investigation Service. With this new MinerEye Service, an organization can accelerate and improve network-wide investigations to map compromised data and significantly reduce the time it takes to provide accurate breach notification. It also allows them to stay ahead of future incident related risks before they strike. MinerEye’s Data Breach Incident Response and Investigation Service enable organizations to meet breach notification requirements mandated by GDPR, CCPA, NYPA, HIPAA, PIPEDA, and others.

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“The unprecedented growth of the remote workforce in these challenging times, has increased every organization’s risk and threat surface,” said Yaniv Avidan, MinerEye’s President, and Co-Founder. “MinerEye’s AI-Powered categorization and virtual labeling capabilities – which can automatically discover and monitor confidential corporate data and PI customer data in any file format wherever it is located, on-premise or in the cloud – have become mission-critical for data risk reduction programs.” Powered by Interpretive AI™ Technology, MinerEye’s data protection platform can mitigate corporate risks associated with future incidents.

“With MinerEye’s technology, we are able to provide our clients with the faster discovery of PI customer data that may have been compromised in a breach,” said Ray Vankrimpen, Partner at consulting firm RICHTER LLP. “MinerEye’s technology rapidly pinpoints exposed sensitive data that would otherwise take months to manually discover.”

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