To allow businesses to encompass and address government-defined limitations and regulations without spending valuable time and resources, we have employed a range of advanced machine-learning tools to view, compile and manage an organisation’s worth of outdated, current and future data into the compliant frames governed by the data protection and compliancy acts.

South Africa has brought certain laws into play, to account for the negligent behaviour carried out through the ages of storing and transferring information through business transactions and expansions as their business scales. This in turn has unfortunately but expectedly resulted in breaches of constitutional human rights and therefore carry severe consequences.
Ignorance is now less tolerated, even with the vast amount of data within the walls of an organisation.

It is absolutely unimaginable for anyone to have a concrete view into which data and where certain information is stored and where it is transferred to, as well as to identify what is sensitive and relevant and let alone, monitor and manage it through continuous business operations.

Businesses are forced to comply with privacy regulations set out in GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) and POPI (Protection of Personal Information), which of the latter is strictly appointed within the borders of South Africa.

These advanced technologies not only provide a microscope into the company but can decipher between what needs to be protected and what can be stored and distributed freely.