CA Data Content Discovery Overview

What is CA Data Content Discovery?

CA Data Content Discovery helps you identify data exposure risks on z Systems™ by scanning through the mainframe data infrastructure. Data that is scanned includes data that may be highly regulated in multiple vertical sectors or other non-public data sources deemed critical to your business. By discovering where the data is located, classifying the data to determine sensitivity level and providing comprehensive reporting on the scan results, data can be adequately protected and exposure risks can be mitigated.

CA Data Content Discovery Customers

R+V Versicherung, Manheim, Innovapost

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it_user558519
Chief Strategist at Mainframe analytics
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It recognizes mainframe data sets with sensitive data that need to be protected.

What other advice do I have?

Do not wait for your company to show up on the front page of the Wall Street Journal. Now is the time to look into the solution, get it in place, to find out what the nature of your data is, who is using it, and to make sure that it is not going where it doesn't belong.
it_user558621
Sr. Information Security Architect MF at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
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Helps us understand the relationship of data to PHI, PII, and PCI information. This development team listens.

What other advice do I have?

I look for the stability of the vendor, flexibility, and Agile development. I like a vendor that listen to his customers and delivers what he says he's going to deliver. This is a product that doesn't intrude in your system. It runs in a specialty engine. Try it. If you don't like it, I'd be surprised.
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