IARM is thrilled to announce its partnership with BigID, a renowned leader in data security, privacy, compliance, and governance. This collaboration is to enable organizations to proactively manage, protect, and derive optimal value from their data. BigID’s advanced suite focuses on data discovery and intelligence, offering AI governance, next-gen data security, privacy compliance, actionable data protection, and situational data value.
BigID is a leader in the data security landscape, specializing in privacy, compliance, and governance. Its comprehensive platform empowers organizations to proactively manage, protect, and derive value from their data throughout the software development life cycle. BigID’s singular solution extends its reach across diverse data landscapes, including multi-cloud, hybrid cloud, IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, and on-prem data sources.
BigID facilitates efficient Privacy Impact Assessments using industry-standard templates. Organizations can centralize PIAs, fostering streamlined collaboration, and customize risk assessment workflows to ensure robust data privacy management. Learn more.
Leveraging AI-driven DSPM, BigID enhances data security posture across hybrid enterprises. The platform automates the identification of dark data, manages risks, facilitates effective remediation, and scales data security strategies to address evolving threats. Learn more.
BigID ensures compliance with global data privacy and protection regulations, including GDPR, HIPAA, NIST Privacy Framework, and more. Organizations can streamline adherence to regulations through BigID’s comprehensive compliance management solutions. Learn more.
Transforming data security, BigID employs machine learning-based classification, file analysis, and scalable solutions. The platform enables organizations to achieve data-centric and risk-aware security, leveraging the power of machine learning to stay ahead of emerging threats. Learn more.
BigID assists organizations in navigating the broader scope of the Personal Data Protection Bill (PDPB)- India compared to GDPR. It addresses challenges such as expanded definitions, stricter deletion requirements, cross-border data flow regulations, and the establishment of a Data Protection Authority, ensuring a comprehensive approach to compliance. Learn more.