Data Inventory

Discover personal data across multiple systems in the cloud or on-premise


In order to manage personal data, companies first need to know where the data is stored. As business needs are growing, the number and complexity of IT systems are also growing.

Before GDPR, there were no major concerns about personal data in those systems. However, things changed in many ways.

It is not uncommon for companies to have a low level of awareness about where they store personal data. This situation makes them incapable to fully address all the requirements defined by GDPR.

Think about the situation where a company receives a request for the right-to-be-forgotten from a specific data subject. How can a DPO fulfill this request if there is no information about where exactly is the personal data stored?

Understanding where the data is stored within the company is a prerequisite to compliant data privacy strategy!


The Data Inventory module connects to all relational databases of the company, making search inquirieseliminating false positives and identifying all personal information across multiple systems.

This allows you to utilize the power of machine learning to precisely identify all personal data and to help you understand how data flows through your company.

Some of the companies tried to do a manual Data inventory, which resulted in exhausting a lot of resources and time with a questionable result. With manual data discovery, you can not be confident in results, and if a new system is added, you need to perform the whole task once again.

The Data Privacy Manager delivers an automatic Data Inventory process saving you time and enabling companies to have a clear and correct starting point for the GDPR compliance project.



Highly precise identification of personal data across multiple company systems on-premise or in cloud


Prevent mistakes and errors in data report and finally have an accurate insight into the personal data


Data Inventory module connects to the relational database and automatically delivers data discover result, so you can utilize your resources on other projects

Personal Data Lifecycle

Interaction with Data Subjects
  • Contract
  • Consent
Lawfull Processing
Everyday Business
  • Data monetization
  • Services delivery
  • Marketing
Lawful Basis Expiration
  • Contract Expiration
  • RTBF
  • Opt-out
Data Destruction
  • Anonymization
  • Deletion

Business Process
(Original Purposes)

Data Retention
(Purpose change)

No Purpose

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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires that Organizations processing personal data (Data Controllers and Data Processors) maintain a register of processing activities. According to Article 6 there can be 6 possible lawful basis for personal data processing, and for Organizations to be able to declare a lawful basis for a specific processing activity an assessment needs to be done…

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“We have approached the process of GDPR compliance very seriously and methodically, and we wanted to have a software that will allow us to manage GDPR processes from one central point, which we managed to accomplish with Data Privacy Manager.”

Nikola Murk, Head of IT operations & infrastructure

Data Privacy Manager is available in flexible pricing options for your growing business needs