The AvePoint Privacy Impact Assessment System helps organizations understand and automate the process of evaluating, assessing, and reporting on the privacy implications of their enterprise IT systems.
“Data privacy is an enterprise issue that has been around for years but is only recently seeping into the foreground of the public eye,” said J. Trevor Hughes, CIPP, President and CEO of the IAPP. “We’re excited to collaborate with AvePoint to provide the Singapore privacy community with a free technology solution that mitigates the risk inherent with manual privacy impact assessments and positions privacy professionals to work more efficiently.”
APIA is an educational solution that helps enterprises understand and automate the process of evaluating, assessing, and reporting on the privacy implications of their enterprise IT systems.
Comply with Privacy Regulations: APIA helps organizations analyze how personal information is handled and comply with privacy impact assessments (PIA) required by global privacy legislation such as the Singapore Personal Data Protection Act.
Automate Privacy Impact Assessments: APIA’s form-based survey system provides built-in workflows as well as configurable questions and answers to simplify the process for privacy, security, IT, and business owners of enterprise systems to interact and communicate to conduct comprehensive PIAs.
Report on PIAs for Stakeholder Review: APIA automatically generates PIA reports in accordance with organization specific privacy risk analysis for easier distribution to Chief Privacy Officers for review.
Extend to Security and Vulnerability Assessments: APIA is fully extensible and customizable for security and vulnerability assessments as well as requirements from other quality assurance and/or records management review.
Dana Simberkoff, AvePoint Senior Vice President of Risk Management and Compliance, and Valerie Tan, Microsoft Operations Pte Ltd Director of Internet Policy, Legal & Corporate Affairs, will lead a 45-minute panel discussing the type of technology organizations should consider as part of their privacy implementation strategies. Simberkoff and Tan will summarize how privacy management has advanced beyond emails and memos as well as break down the variety of options organizations have available to them to ensure privacy compliance.
New Privacy Compliance Solutions
Attendees can visit the AvePoint Table to meet with company subject matter experts to learn how to comply with the Personal Data Protection Act and receive demonstrations of APIA and AvePoint Compliance Guardian, which mitigates privacy, security and compliance risks across your information gateways with a comprehensive risk management process allowing organizations to document their policies, implement and measure them, and demonstrate conformance.
“With data breaches and information leaks grabbing global headlines, organizations need to better defend themselves in order to mitigate risk and protect their customers’ privacy,” said Dana Simberkoff, Senior Vice President of Risk Management & Compliance, AvePoint. “AvePoint is honored to join the IAPP to bring attention to potentially catastrophic events for business operations in all industries and provide organizations with the knowledge to prevent these occurrences rather than deal with the aftermath.”
AvePoint is the established leader in enterprise-class big data management, governance, and compliance software solutions for next-generation social collaboration platforms. Focusing on helping enterprises in their digitization journey to enable their information workers to collaborate with confidence, AvePoint is first-to-market with a unique solution that centralizes access and control of information assets residing in disparate collaboration and document management systems on-premises and in the cloud. Founded in 2001 and headquartered in Jersey City, NJ, AvePoint serves more than 13,000 organizations worldwide, with focused practices in the energy and utilities; financial services; healthcare and pharmaceuticals; and public sector industries.
About the IAPP
The International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) is the largest and most comprehensive global information privacy community and resource, helping practitioners develop and advance their careers and organizations manage and protect their data. Founded in 2000, the IAPP is a not-for-profit association that helps define, support and improve the privacy profession globally. More information about the IAPP is available at www.privacyassociation.org.