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SOURCE Automation Anywhere
SAN JOSE, Calif., March 1, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Automation Anywhere, the largest enterprise software provider in Robotic Process Automation (RPA), today announced that its industry-leading platform is compliance-ready with the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Since RPA tools are often used to automate business processes that involve the use of personal information, compliance with GDPR is essential for Automation Anywhere customers.
The GDPR law goes into effect on May 25, 2018 and is considered one of the industry's most stringent data privacy regulations ever. It is designed to simplify and unify data privacy laws across Europe and give citizens in the European Union (EU) unprecedented control of their Personally Identifiable Information (PII). The GDPR defines rules for storing, accessing and processing the personal data of any EU citizen, in any EU member country or territory, even if the processing of data is performed outside the EU.
Automation Anywhere Enterprise offers several advantages and efficiencies in processing operations that involve PII to ensure compliance with GDPR requirements in the following areas:
"The protection of privacy and compliance with GDPR is critically important to our customers around the globe, and there can be unforgiving financial penalties for companies that do not comply completely," said Abhijit Kakhandiki, SVP of Products and Engineering at Automation Anywhere. "Automation Anywhere provides the most feature-rich and secure Intelligent Digital Workforce platform in the market and it is now GDPR compliance-ready to meet the privacy imperatives of every customer."
Automation Anywhere Enterprise users are assured of compliance in the following areas of GDPR requirements:
Appropriate purposes: Automation Anywhere Enterprise includes detailed immutable audit logs as well as the ability to log the intended purpose to help enterprises ensure that PII information is only used for appropriate business purposes.
Data protection by design: GDPR requires that enterprises take all measures to protect sensitive data such as PII. With the most security features of any RPA solution today, users are assured that personal information is secure as it transits the Automation Anywhere Enterprise platform. Automation Anywhere Enterprise has these security features to protect personal information by design:
Breach notification: Audit logs monitor all operational processes within the platform, continuously authenticating users and their authorization status at every stage of an automated business process. In the event of a data breach, Automation Anywhere Enterprise auditing is capable of launching a rapid root cause analysis, providing timely forensic analysis for the identification and reporting of breach Automation Anywhere incidents.
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About Automation Anywhere
Automation Anywhere delivers the most comprehensive enterprise-grade RPA platform with built-in cognitive solutions and analytics. Over 930 of the world's largest brands use the platform to manage and scale their business processes faster, with near-zero error rates, while dramatically reducing operational costs. Based on the belief that people who have more time to create, think and discover can build great companies, Automation Anywhere has provided the world's best RPA and cognitive technology to leading financial services, healthcare, technology and insurance companies across more than 90 countries for over a decade. For additional information visit www.automationanywhere.com.
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