Traditionally, enterprises have relied upon Data Loss Protection (DLP) secure sensitive data. However, when it comes to data collaboration, EDRM (Enterprise Digital Rights Management) has an edge over DLP solutions which has a robust data security controls compared to DLP solutions in the market.
Since the dawn of the digital era, enterprises are realizing the importance of accessing more data. Sharing data between enterprises can be risky if there is no proper security in place. Is secure data collaboration with Zero Trust architecture the answer to address this problem?
As organizations are contemplating the idea of Zero Trust, it’s much more necessary now with the pandemic forcing more ‘work from home’ options. With no clear indication that the pandemic will end anytime soon, it is time for organizations to invest in Zero Trust.
Data is undoubtedly the most important element in an organization. Securing data during these testing pandemic times is a tightrope walk not just for data security heads, but for CEOs too. Here is a list of the top 10 data leaks that have cost Fortune 500 companies dearly – and how such tragedies can be averted.
Traditional security measures are no longer adequate to reduce cyber risks and threats which are becoming more and more sophisticated.
Organizations need a cyber resilience strategy that can protect against cyberattacks, offer adequate risk control for protecting information, and ensure continuity of operation even during a threat.
As enterprises rely more and more on digital technologies in all areas of business, and the attack surface grows, a broader security strategy is needed. Traditionally, enterprises have taken a bottom-up approach and IT department has been a separate entity. But today, what is needed is not just policies and procedures but a proper governance to keep information and data secure. That is why it is important to have a top-down approach and a cyber committed CEO.
In today’s collaborative world, data is constantly on the move, traveling outside firewalls and organizational boundaries.
A collaborative approach is needed to provide the most secure environment that can be least penetrated by hackers.
The shift towards cloud storage has paved the way for more vulnerabilities and exposure risks. Cyber breaches and data cyber-attacks have increased the need for security measures. Moreover, new governmental and industrial norms have forced companies to think of data security.
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As the world fitfully rebounds from the recent Covid-19 pandemic, both our personal and professional lives will be altered. Today’s security approach must shift from unconditional confidence in users to zero trust fundamentals. Zero Trust along with Multi-factor Authentication, has become the new normal.
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