Reduced Risk and Lower Costs Highlight the Benefits of Compliance Technology

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NYC area compliance expert discusses costs of non-compliance and the benefits of compliance technologies like AI and compliance monitoring—in a new article from eMazzanti Technologies

Benefits of Compliance Technology
No matter how skilled, humans alone cannot effectively track, manage, and analyze massive stores of data to achieve compliance. Fortunately, continually evolving compliance technology fills the gap.

eMazzanti Technologies, a NYC area compliance expert and MSP discusses the benefits of compliance technology in a new article on the website. The informative article first reviews the compliance landscape, including increasing privacy regulations, the data explosion, and remote work.

The author briefly explains how these compliance challenges can be costly if not managed properly. He then shares examples of technologies that reduce those costs and reduce risk, including artificial intelligence (AI) and automated compliance and security monitoring. He concludes by urging readers to partner with information governance experts to achieve lower costs and reduced risk with compliance technology.

“No matter how skilled, humans alone cannot effectively track, manage, and analyze massive stores of data to achieve compliance,” related Greg Smith, Vice President of Services Delivery at eGovernance. “Fortunately, continually evolving compliance technology fills the gap.”

Below are a few excerpts from the article, “Reduced Risk and Lower Costs Highlight the Benefits of Compliance Technology.”

Compliance Challenges Can Prove Costly

“Organizations in highly regulated industries, such as healthcare, need to know where sensitive data lives and who has access to it. However, finding that data can prove difficult when it is stored across multiple platforms and storage locations. For instance, most organizations use a mix of on-premises and cloud environments, with potentially thousands of connected devices.”

Automate Processes with AI

“Because artificial intelligence (AI) can rapidly process massive amounts of data, it has become a critical component of compliance technology. AI tools save time, reduce errors, and enable early response by automating routine processes and analyzing data to highlight trends.”

Streamline Audits and Remediation

“Compliance technology and AI play a key role in risk management. By automating compliance and security monitoring and analyzing patterns, advanced tools identify risks early. They then automatically send customized alerts to the right people.”

eGovernance Delivers the Benefits of Compliance Technology

“Tools like eGovernance provide organizations with the ability to view and manage sensitive data either manually or automatically from a single web portal. This includes streamlined data classification, automatic reports, and the ability to easily review and adjust access rights.”

Work with Compliance Experts

Business leaders may contact the information governance experts at eGovernance to achieve lower costs and reduced risk. They help compliance teams simplify the process of achieving and maintaining regulatory compliance.

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About eMazzanti Technologies

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