RadarFirst is the trusted incident response solution used by Fortune 500 and multinational enterprises subject to data privacy regulations to simplify compliance with U.S. and international data breach laws, including the EU GDPR.
PORTLAND, Ore. — August 2, 2018 — RadarFirst, Inc., the award-winning privacy and security incident response management software provider, announced that industry analyst firm Gartner listed RadarFirst as a sample vendor in its 2018 Hype Cycle for Privacy report. RadarFirst is listed in the Data Breach Response category, which has received a High benefit rating*. According to Gartner, technologies with a High benefit rating category “enable new ways of performing horizontal or vertical processes that will result in significantly increased revenue or cost savings for an enterprise.”
RadarFirst’s purpose-built SaaS decision-support platform automates the multi-factor incident risk of harm assessment to consistently and efficiently determine which incidents require notification to regulators, business partners, or individuals based on U.S. and international data breach regulations. Organizations rely on RADAR to provide scalability and efficiency in managing compliance with growing regulatory complexities, gain real-time insights and trend analysis, eliminate the risk of over and under-reporting incidents, and provide defensible documentation for internal and regulatory audits. RADAR, Inc. is the only two-time winner of the HPE-IAPP Innovation Award for Privacy Technology, presented by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), the largest global privacy community.
“We believe that this validates our ongoing commitment to delivering innovative technology that is transforming how organizations operationalize their privacy and security incident response processes,” said Mahmood Sher-Jan, CEO of RadarFirst, Inc. “RadarFirst’s purpose-built platform helps our enterprise and multinational clients consistently and efficiently comply with the complex patchwork of notification requirements across global data breach regulations – particularly critical when fines for non-compliance pose significant financial risks.
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*Gartner, Inc., Hype Cycle for Privacy, 2018, Bart Willemsen, July 17, 2018
In today’s world of increasingly complex and changing privacy regulations, cyber attacks, and data breaches, leading organizations trust Radar®, a patented SaaS-based incident response management platform that simplifies and streamlines compliance with data breach laws. The RadarFirst Breach Guidance Engine™ profiles and scores data privacy and security incidents and generates incident-specific notification guidelines to help ensure compliance with data breach laws as well as contractual notification obligations. Fortune 100 companies and other organizations from heavily regulated industries in finance, insurance, healthcare and beyond rely on RadarFirst for an efficient and consistent process for incident response. Learn more at radarfirst.com.
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