A Comprehensive Approach to the Identification of Protected Information
LOS ANGELES, CA, Oct 14, 2019 –ProSearch, the visionary leader in Discovery and legal data analytics solutions, today announced a new offering, dedicated to the support of Data Subject Access Requests (DSAR) and Data Breach Responses. ProSearch PXI Identification Suite, leverages a comprehensive suite of tools to identify the Personally Identifiable Information (PII), Protected Health Information (PHI), information subject to Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI-DSS) as well as other private, sensitive, or personal information that is protected by emergent legislation.
Utilizing the company’s revolutionary Machine Learning techniques, Predictive Modeling, Custom Dictionaries, Processing Power, and extensive human expertise, ProSearch’s PXI Identification Suiteis a comprehensive and unparalleled solution for Data Subject Access Request and Data Breach responses.
“Our focus has always been on providing the best tools for our clients. With the fluidity of global privacy regulations, and the constant evolution of cyber security threats, we realized our infrastructure and expertise could add measurable value,” said Gina Taranto, Director of Applied Science/Accelerated Learning Solutions, ProSearch.
ProSearch also boasts an array of physical and network security measures to ensure robust protection of client data assets, including ISO/IEC 27001 information security management certification, a full-time Cyber Security Team, and Incident Response Program for responsive issue resolution.
ProSearch enables corporations and law firms to meet electronic discovery, fraud investigation, compliance and information governance requirements at scale with precision and ease. ProSearch’s consultants, data scientists, linguists, project managers, attorneys and Discovery specialists collaborate with clients to execute their matter strategies and ensure on target, on budget, on time delivery. Learn more about solutions and careers at ProSearch by visiting www.prosearch.com.
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