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OneTrust Launches Athena AI and Robotic Automation Engine for More Efficient and Intelligent Privacy Request
April 6, 2020 News

 

OneTrust, the most widely used technology platform to manage privacy, security, third-party risk, and trust, launched OneTrust Athena™, an AI and robotic automation engine built into the OneTrust platform.

By using AI-powered bots embedded directly into the OneTrust platform for a number of key use cases, OneTrust Athena adds significant automation to an organisation’s compliance and risk management programs, which includes:

  • Discovering and classifying data across structured and unstructured data sets
  • Automating the complex combinations of tasks required in responding to a privacy rights request under the GDPR or CCPA
  • Interpreting regulatory data sets for risks specific to an organisation’s actual profile
  • Making predictions and intelligent suggestions on unidentified risks and remediation actions

Powered by intelligence from OneTrust DataGuidance regulatory research software, OneTrust Athena is integrated across the entire OneTrust platform to save time and reduce the effort of ongoing compliance with global privacy and security laws and frameworks. OneTrust customers can now leverage AI and Robotic Process Automation to help better understand sensitive data, predict risk and suggest remediation, and optimise internal workflows is key to maintaining a robust compliance program.

“OneTrust Athena brings more intelligence and automation to the OneTrust platform,” said Kabir Barday, OneTrust CEO and Fellow of Information Privacy (FIP). “Customers can automate privacy requests more efficiently, intelligently flag data breaches, automate high-risk processes and more with OneTrust Athena. The powerful AI engine will help our customers put more automation and intelligence into their privacy, security and trust workflows.”

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