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Text IQ AI Overcomes the Data Breach Assessment Bottleneck

Data Breach IQ streamlines data breach response by more quickly and accurately identifying personal information & impacted individuals in unstructured data

Text IQ, the leading artificial intelligence platform for sensitive data, announced the release of Data Breach IQ to deliver clarity quickly for breach notification through AI automation and personal information insight. As enterprises contend with both a growing patchwork of state and global data breach regulations and more complex notification decisions, Data Breach IQ tackles the critical bottlenecks in the data assessment phase that can put the effectiveness of breach response plans at risk.

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Designed to bring structure to unstructured data, Data Breach IQ can both reduce assessment time by as much as 75%, and automate the process of determining whose data has been breached. Data Breach IQ enables data breach response teams to make quicker, more informed, and more accurate decisions on who to notify based on applicable regulations and relevant attributes.

The data breach notification landscape has grown more complex as state-level regulations – such as the recently passed California Privacy Right Act (CPRA) – proliferate, and regulators look to enforce the data breach reporting provisions of the EU’s GDPR, Brazil’s LGPD and South Africa’s POPI.

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Current approaches that rely on search terms and human review, especially in the case of unstructured data, place enterprises in a bind: either report too early – before making a full assessment, or run the risk of missing notification deadlines until a full assessment has been completed.

“Relying on the status quo to understand large-scale unstructured data is risky. It’s also potentially time-consuming and expensive. Today, AI can completely and reliably automate the low value work of PI identification in document review and reduce risk. It lets cybersecurity practitioners like me better serve our clients.” — Richard Lutkus, Partner At Seyfarth, Privacy And Cybersecurity

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