Fintech / Cybersecurity

Consumer Privacy

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What is Consumer Privacy?

Solutions to reduce a company’s consumer data regulatory risk and protect consumer privacy include consent management, anonymization/pseudonymization, data discovery and mapping, risk assessments, regulatory guidance, and data subject requests.

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Leaders

Leaders are the most established service providers in the market and possess the breadth to address various customer needs.

See why these companies made it as leaders for Consumer Privacy. These companies include BigID and Collibra.

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BigID

United States / Founded Year: 2015

BigID is a security company focused on helping organizations manage the risk and privacy of their customer identity data.

Key People

Dimitri Sirota, Scott Casey, Scott Mersy, and 2 more

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Collibra

Belgium / Founded Year: 2008

Collibra is a data governance and intelligence platform that helps businesses unlock insights from disparate data sources. The company offers various products that allow both technical and business users to collaborate and combine data silos to find hidden meaning in their wealth of information.

Known Customers

Informa Markets, Proximus

Key People

Damien Trog, Felix Maele, Benny Verhaeghe, and 2 more

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OneTrust

United States / Founded Year: 2016

OneTrust, a software platform for privacy professionals, is designed to operationalize data privacy compliance and Privacy by Design. The web-based console helps automate privacy impact assessments and data mapping, identify privacy risks, and enforce risk management and control activities in an integrated and agile approach. The result is the ability to demonstrate accountability and compliance with EU's data protection requirements and do this globally across privacy jurisdictions and frameworks.

Key People

Kabir Barday, Guido Torrini, Kevin Kiley

Highfliers

Highfliers are the most innovative service providers in the market and possess the resources to address evolving customer needs.

See why these companies made it as highfliers for Consumer Privacy. These companies include Privitar and InCountry.

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Privitar

United Kingdom / Founded Year: 2014

Privitar provides data-privacy software to companies and public sector organizations to protect sensitive data and enable ethical data analysis. Privitar's software accelerates and automates the provision of privacy-preserving data, helping customers extract more business value from their data.

Known Partners

Denodo, Cloudera, Microsoft, and 2 more

Key People

John Taysom, Gerard Buggy, Jason du Preez, and 2 more

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InCountry

United States / Founded Year: 2019

InCountry develops a product to help companies comply with laws on how user profile and registration information should be stored and maintained. Through the service, data is housed in private data centers or with public cloud operators that operate within the country of origin, therefore ensuring compliance with data residency laws. The company also provides software development kits in a range of popular programming languages, so that companies can easily access their customer data to build new apps and services.

Key People

Peter Yared, Wendy Schott

Outperformers

Outperformers are the most specialized service providers in the market and possess the expertise to address unique customer needs.

See why these companies made it as outperformers for Consumer Privacy. These companies include Securiti.

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Securiti

United States / Founded Year: 2019

Securiti develops AI-powered cybersecurity and data protection infrastructure. Its product-suite, PRIVACI.ai, is a PrivacyOps platform that helps automate all major functions needed for privacy compliance in one place.

Known Partners

Snowflake Computing, Cisco, Snowflake, and 1 more

Known Customers

Snowflake Computing

Key People

Rehan Jalil, Chaks Chigurupati

Challengers

Challengers are the most promising service providers in the market and possess the agility to address emerging customer needs.

See why these companies made it as challengers for Consumer Privacy. These companies include D-ID and WireWheel.

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D-ID

Israel / Founded Year: 2017

D-ID's proprietary facial reenactment technology enables the creation of video footage, using any "driver" video to guide the movements, expressions, and speech of the target actor or still photo subject.

Key People

Gil Perry, Sella Blondheim, Eliran Kuta

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WireWheel

United States / Founded Year: 2017

WireWheel.io delivers a cloud-based solution that enables privacy professionals to become GDPR-ready and operationalize privacy in the enterprise.

Known Partners

Microsoft, MuleSoft, IDology, and 2 more

Known Customers

Anira Solutions

Key People

Amol Deshpande, Christopher Getner, Justin Antonipillai, and 1 more

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Transcend

United States / Founded Year: 2017

Transcend develops an end-to-end solution for handling requests to access, erase, update, and transfer personal data. It seeks to give users more control over their data by making it easier for them to see how apps are using their personal data and downloading it.

Known Partners

Zendesk, Amplitude, Looker, and 2 more

Key People

Ben Brook, Kate Parker, Michael Farrell

What is Consumer Privacy?

Solutions to reduce a company’s consumer data regulatory risk and protect consumer privacy include consent management, anonymization/pseudonymization, data discovery and mapping, risk assessments, regulatory guidance, and data subject requests.

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