News | November 29, 2017

Shamrock's Compliance Agent Helps Organizations Protect Unstructured And Structured Data

Solution helps reduce data breach liability risks, enhance regulatory compliance and safeguard sensitive healthcare, student, employee and business information

Olathe, KS (PRWEB) - Shamrock Solutions today announced that its Compliance Agent is helping users of Perceptive Content by Hyland improve the management and security of their unstructured data. With Compliance Agent’s advanced features, organizations in a broad range of industries – from healthcare to higher education to government, and beyond – are better protecting SPII (sensitive personally identifiable information), reducing liability risk and improving their compliance plans.

With the continuing expansion of The Internet of Things (IOT), proliferation of mobile devices and wider range of content storage options, companies and government entities of all sizes have more unstructured data than ever before. It’s harder to limit access to such information, control what happens with it and prevent it falling into the wrong hands. Data breaches can lead to multi-million dollar fines, loss of customer and citizen confidence and the leaking of information that can give away a competitive advantage.

“Many organizations have policies for structured information but not for unstructured data that’s becoming more prevalent in all industries and is under increasing threat from hackers, state-sponsored organizations and others who are determined to obtain it illegally,” said Avani Desai, a Principal and the Executive Vice President at Schellman who has more than 15 years of experience in IT attestation, risk management, compliance and privacy. “Finding a better way to secure unstructured data with defined systems, policies and procedures not only reduces the risk of data breaches but also builds trust and confidence with customers, which is essential in today’s increasingly competitive business world.”

Fortunately, help is at hand with Shamrock’s Compliance Agent, which enables organizations to:

  • Protect data that’s waiting to be uploaded to a server, is already stored there or is streaming between a server and client
  • Encrypt at rest files
  • Use advanced OCR technology to find and redact SPII, including Social Security Numbers, Medical Records Numbers, Student Identification Numbers and more
  • Limit file access and editing privileges to only authorized personnel who need it
  • Apply such measures to historical information and new data like, ensuring secure, day-forward processing and retention
  • Demonstrate to auditors and regulators that they’re following a defined and repeatable approach to data security

“We’re committed to helping our customers protect the sensitive information of their employees and customers,” said Shamrock founder and CEO Robert Albright. “Compliance Agent is one of the ways that we can help achieve this by protecting unstructured data no matter where it resides, who needs access to it and which devices and content management systems they’re using.”

To learn more about Compliance Agent and Shamrock’s other custom ECM solutions, click here (https://shamrocksolutionsllc.com/custom-perceptive-software-solutions/).

About Shamrock Solutions
Shamrock Solutions is a fast-growing IT professional services and software license company that provides technology solutions to organizations of all sizes and from all industries. Our range of software and services includes implementation, support, tune-ups, configuration, staff augmentation, project management, software delivery and sales and more for OnBase by Hyland, Perceptive by Hyland, Jadu, Concerto Cloud, Formatta, and other enterprise content management (ECM) technologies. We also provide “Special Ops” projects that address customized development and integration solutions that help organizations achieve their unique business objectives. Learn more at http://shamrocksolutionsllc.com/

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