Intellectual property security is crucial to any company's bottom line. IT teams must locate this data, asses its risk and adjust policies accordingly.
The digital age has created data sprawl, which complicates how organizations locate, classify and secure their critical data.
Given the sensitivity of data and the rising volume of cyberattacks across the globe, government agencies have deep concerns about cloud security.
According to recent research, privileged users and administrators represent the biggest insider threats to any organization's sensitive data.
This five-step approach to securing critical data is the most effective way for organizations to protect their crown jewels from insider threats.
An Inside-Out Approach to Data Security: Linking Behavioral and Security Analytics to Protect Your Sensitive Data
In today’s IT security environment, the inside out approach to data security is the only solution that links data movement with user behaviors for complete data protection. According to the Ponemon Institute, 78% of employees pose critical...
Instead of pouring resources into total security, professionals should focus on protecting critical IT assets and strengthening their weak spots.
Nonprofits and NGOs face a particular challenge when it comes to securing their critical data and forming their security infrastructure.
When you're reviewing your current critical data security strategy and thinking of ways to improve, are you asking yourself these five basic questions?
Data security and privacy are critical business imperatives in today's data economy. Thus, organizations need to be more proactive in their data security.