Privacy Compliance &
Enterprise Analytics for:
The FileFacets platform allows you to scan multiple sources and repositories to locate and identify any Personal Identifiable Information (PII) or sensitive data that your organization may possess. Understand what you have, put processes in place to protect sensitive data, and have the ability to easily fulfill data subject rights requests.
The FileFacets platform provides the platform and methodology to solve a number of data-related challenges faced by both legal professionals and their clients. Improve data quality during the M&A process, locate and produce data for court-ordered subpoenas easily, ensure proper privacy compliance and information governance.
Know what you have & where – no matter where it is
Through a sophisticated, yet simple interface, the FileFacets platform searches for, and identifies files across networked and cloud-based shared drives, servers, enterprise content management systems. It even scans for and identifies sensitive information sitting in email, desktops, and laptops.
It learns as it goes, dynamically clustering files or content into groups based on the content type or document type – allowing you to routinely action on that specific kind of data. When new content is added, FileFacets will find it, identify it, classify it, and then action it based on your defined business processes.
An intuitive, easy to use solution for data protection and information management requirements
While preparing your organization with data protection and information management business processes is the first step in preparing for the requirements of your organization, you can be confident that the actioning of these processes can be achieved in an easy to use, streamlined way.
Uncover the data you don’t know you have, and easily action data subjects rights requests. Learn More
Minimize the risk and the time and money invested in the legal process, and maximize your bottom line. Learn More
Get control of your sensitive data. Locate, define, and process Personally Identifiable Information (PII) to ensure your data is secure. Learn More
Organizing data for good governance. Locate and organize content for the virtual data room to expedite due diligence. Learn More
Locate relevant content and reduce the time and effort on the sell side by eliminating the need to manually search for it. Learn more
By automating the process of categorization and file attribution, FileFacets can save weeks, months, even years of manual file categorization, attribution of metadata and content migration.
Because FileFacets runs in the cloud and does not interfere with source content, business units and users experience uninterrupted workflow – it’s business as usual.
Secure & Compliant
While FileFacets collects the properties and attributes of the files for processing, all source content remains secure in its native repositories, keeping all corporate and sensitive data secure.
Flexible & Scalable
FileFacets online environment makes it both easy to deploy and cost effective to implement, effortlessly scaling to support an unlimited number of users across multiple locations.
FileFacets CEO, Chris Perram talks Artificial Intelligence and how it can provide better efficiency and productivity for law firms.
How looming GDPR regulations mean resellers are starting to ensure they have a complete data protection solution.
Chris sat down with Intralinks to talk about artificial intelligence and machine learning in M&A.
“FileFacets allows law firms to streamline research by categorizing and prioritizing relevant content, significantly reducing the manual time spent manually searching and sorting through these types of files.”Dan Jansen
“The FileFacets solution not only streamlines our customers’ existing data migration projects but also delivers new analytical content audit tools to address large repositories of unstructured content.”Bill Cordell
“FileFacets fits very well into our global portfolio of next-generation cloud and SaaS companies and we look forward to supporting FileFacets’ success.”Sir Terry Matthews