OneTrust, the most widely used privacy management platform and category-defining enterprise technology to operationalize trust, is now natively integrated to Microsoft’s new Privacy Management for Microsoft 365 solution. The new partnership helps our joint customers who own the Microsoft 365 product suite to identify privacy risks, automate privacy rights requests (DSARs), and give insight into their data across their Microsoft 365 systems.
With over 500+ integrations, OneTrust’s privacy management solutions enable our customers to automate the full privacy rights (DSAR) lifecycle, from collection, to identity verification, to structured and unstructured data discovery in Microsoft apps and beyond, so that sensitive and confidential information can be redacted and shared with employees and consumers.
“Our mission at OneTrust is to empower businesses to build trust into the fabric of their organization and our collaboration with Microsoft supports this,” noted Adam Rykowski, OneTrust Vice President of Product Management. “By automating and syncing the fulfillment of Data Subject Access Requests (DSAR) from OneTrust’s Privacy Management Solution with Privacy Management for Microsoft 365, available within the Microsoft 365 compliance center, we can seamlessly incorporate IT admins into privacy operations from the OneTrust platform.”
OneTrust and Privacy Management for Microsoft 365 partnership in practice
The key benefit of this partnership is to assist our customers when fulfilling DSARs by allowing them to request personal information held in Microsoft 365 environments. New and expanding privacy regulations are giving people more control over their data – such as the right to access, delete, or amend information a company may have on them.