Get Ready for GDPR

Prepare your business for the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) with Varonis.

GDPR is All About Protecting Personal Data

It's not just changing the landscape of regulated data protection law, but the way that companies collect and manage personal data.

Varonis helps companies meet GDPR compliance requirements: automatically identify and classify GDPR data, establish access controls and data protection policies, and build a unified data security strategy to protect customer data.

How Can Varonis Help You with GDPR Readiness?

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Discover, manage, and protect your GDPR data with Varonis.

Varonis makes it easy to automatically find and classify GDPR affected data: from national identification numbers to IBAN to blood type to credit card information. We have over 150 GDPR specific patterns so that you can easily identify and protect data that falls within the GDPR.

Sample mapping of GDPR Articles to Varonis:


Why Varonis

Varonis is a data security platform that protects your file and email servers from cyberattacks and insider threats. We analyze the behavior of the people and machines that access your data, alert on misbehavior, and enforce a least privilege model.

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