PingDataGovernance helps you meet diverse regional, industry and corporate privacy regulations. You can require customer consent before allowing partners to access customer data or restrict an app’s access to sensitive personally identifiable information (PII) altogether. Policies can be enforced based on customer profile attributes like citizenship, age or consent preferences. Combined, these centralized policies ensure regulatory compliance by enforcing consent and allowing you to give customers control over their own data, as well as insight into how it’s being used.
TACKLE THE ERA OF PSD2 AND
Banks are making compliance a high priority. The second Payment Services Directive (PSD2) requires EU banks to open up their data via APIs, and Open Banking defines a standardized method for doing so. Regulations aside, companies all over the world are looking to open APIs to enable new digital business models. The Ping Identity Platform helped define Open Banking’s standards, and it strictly adheres to them for both payment provider and account aggregation use cases. It enforces consent to ensure that only the appropriate data is securely returned to applications that make requests to its REST APIs.