DataGrail Recognized in 2021 Gartner Market Guide for Subject Rights Request Automation

Helping organizations effortlessly and comprehensively complete data subject requests (DSRs) and build robust privacy programs

DataGrail, a leading data privacy company, was identified as one of ten total Representative Vendors in the November 2021 Gartner Market Guide for Subject Rights Request Automation. DataGrail believes recognition in the Market Guide validates its ability to help companies build robust privacy programs and comprehensively automate data subject requests.

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“Through the DataGrail Integration Network, we have direct access to the source of data, ensuring we can securely and comprehensively process high volumes of requests while minimizing work for privacy managers,” said Daniel Barber, DataGrail CEO.

As per Gartner, “At the heart of any modern privacy regulation are data subject rights and a commitment to giving individuals visibility into and control over their information.” According to the recent Gartner research, “organizations that have at least 100 employees and $50 million in total annual revenue for fiscal year 2020 were spending, on average, $1,524 per subject access request (SAR).” Companies, regardless of size, are looking for ways to comprehensively and effortlessly automate the process of fulfilling data subject requests to bring down these costs. The guide also acknowledges that “inefficient handling of SRRs and immature privacy user experience (UX) can undo the work of millions of dollars spent developing positive customer sentiment.”

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The best companies understand that people buy from brands they trust, and data privacy is a huge part of that. However, data privacy is a hard problem to solve, since personal data is scattered across hundreds of systems that weren’t designed with privacy in mind. DataGrail helps ease this problem, by automating privacy and making it easy for companies to comply with privacy laws like GDPR and CCPA. The DataGrail Integration Network is the industry’s most comprehensive, with more than 1000 integrations, and does the heavy lifting for companies to connect all the systems where personal data lives. DataGrail believes recognition in the Market Guide validates its ability to comprehensively automate data subject requests.

“At DataGrail, we have a proven track record of helping customers like NETGEAR, HubSpot, Overstock, WWE, Okta, Databricks, Okta, and others build robust, automated privacy programs,” said Daniel Barber, CEO and co-founder of DataGrail. “Through the DataGrail Integration Network, we have direct access to the source of data, ensuring we can securely and comprehensively process high volumes of requests, while minimizing the amount of work for privacy managers.”