GDPR Summary report

NOTE  Depending on the permissions associated with your user role, and the Absolute product licenses associated with your account, the GDPR Summary report may not be available.

The GDPR Summary report shows the devices on which the DAR component A lightweight software component of the Absolute agent that detects at-risk data stored on a Windows or Mac device during an EDD scan. The DAR component is deployed on a device only when the device is associated with a policy group in which the Endpoint Data Discovery policy is activated. detected personal data that is subject to the protection requirements set out in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) defines a set of data protection rules that apply to all organizations that process data related to individuals residing in the European Economic Area (EEA). for the countries of the European Economic Area (EEA) The EEA includes all European Union (EU) countries and also Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway. It defines the countries that participate in the European Single Market.. Specifically, the report shows the aggregated Match Score for the following rules:

Match Score is a computed value indicating the number of content matches detected on a device for the associated rule. By default, the report includes the GDPR Aggregated Match Score column, but you can add individual Match Score columns to the report to see how the aggregated total is broken down across the rules. You can also open a device's Endpoint Data Discovery Summary page to view details about each file and the specific content that generated a match. This information allows you to evaluate each match individually to identify false positive A result on an EDD-related report or page in which a match is detected in a file, but upon further investigation, you do not consider the matched content to be at-risk data.s and determine a device's level of risk.

The scope of the report is limited to information collected during the last full EDD scan The Absolute agent process that opens and analyzes files on a device's hard drive to identify at-risk content, as defined in an Endpoint Data Discovery policy. See also DAR component. of each device and all subsequent delta scans. EDD scans can take between a few hours and a few days to complete. If a scan is in progress when you run the report, data from that scan is not included. For new activations, it may take several days before data is available in this report.

On the Reports page, you can access this report from Absolute view or the Data Visibility category.