Enterprise Recon 2.6 enhances PII Data Discovery

Ground Labs Enterprise Recon 2.6 release introduces new platform integrations along with improved authentication workflows to ensure compliance while supporting enterprise remediation and interoperability.

Enterprise Recon is a smart data discovery solution that enables organizations to find and remediate personally identifiable information (PII) and sensitive information across the broadest range of structured and unstructured data on servers, desktops, emails, databases, and cloud storage.

Key features of Enterprise Recon 2.6 include:

Integration with Google Cloud Storage: Search for sensitive data in Google Cloud projects, with the flexibility to select specific Cloud Storage buckets or objects to scan;

Updated authentication protocols aligning with least privilege access: enabling improved authentication support for Microsoft OneDrive Business and SharePoint Online.

Identify sensitive data on a wider range of sources: Scan and remediate sensitive PII on SAP HANA databases, Salesforce CRM platforms, Cloudera Distribution for Hadoop, and more;

Data Access Governance: Identify open access permissions for locations containing sensitive data, and immediately take action to minimize risk by locking down access to those locations;

Reporting features including Risk Scoring & Labelling: Set up risk profiles to automatically map sensitive data locations to a specific set of rules, labels and scores;

Delegated Remediation: Easily delegate remediation tasks to another user, streamlining workflows to achieve flexibility and scalability in compliance efforts;

Support for Linux 4 Agents: Enterprise Recon agents can now be installed on hosts running Linux 4 RPM-based distributions, including CentOS 8, RHEL 8, Fedora 29 and more.

"As the industry standard PII discovery tool, Enterprise Recon empowers global organizations to seamlessly uncover all critical and regulated data to comply with an extensive range of data privacy standards, including GDPR, PCI DSS, CCPA, HIPAA and the Australian Privacy Act," says Stephen Cavey, co-founder and chief evangelist at Ground Labs.

Enterprise Recon is powered by GLASS Technology, Ground Labs' proprietary pattern-matching technology.