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Securing Data Beyond the Perimeter: Why DLPs and Firewalls Aren’t Enough Anymore

In today’s technology landscape, traditional perimeter security measures such as firewalls and DLP systems are no longer sufficient to protect sensitive data. A more effective approach is data-centric security, which includes four fundamental principles: data classification and labeling, access control at the data level, data encryption, and continuous data monitoring and auditing. By adopting this proactive approach, organizations can meet compliance regulations, prevent insider threats, and secure data in cloud and mobile environments while safeguarding sensitive data from a wide range of cyber threats. Read more to learn more about this approach.

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Top 3 Best Practices of Data Classification to Boost Your Organization’s Security

Data classification helps safeguard sensitive information, ensure regulation compliance, and optimize resource allocation and incident response. The blog recommends determining sensitivity levels for digital assets, focusing on a minimum lovable scope, and periodic auditing of the classification labels. Data classification aims to establish a comprehensive framework for effective data security and management, building trust with customers and partners, and mitigating legal risks.

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Navigating the Future: Data Security Predictions for 2024

Read this blog for insights into the future of data security. The author foresees a shift in cybersecurity priorities from device and perimeter protection to data security and discusses the potential challenges that artificial intelligence (AI) could pose to cybersecurity. The post also emphasizes the importance of improved security standards to comply with upcoming regulations and the need for zero-trust cybersecurity in the supply chain.

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Evolution of Global Data Privacy Laws: What to Expect & Why You Should Care

In 2023, global data privacy laws underwent a significant shift. The US, influenced by the EU’s GDPR, is embracing a rights-based model. States like California, Colorado, Connecticut, Utah, and Virginia are adopting GDPR-like rules. This shift will shape data privacy in the coming years. Read our blog on the Evolution of Global Privacy Laws to grasp the changing landscape, moving from the US harm prevention approach to the EU rights-based model, and understand its importance.

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Securing Data Beyond the Perimeter: Why DLPs and Firewalls Aren’t Enough Anymore

In today’s technology landscape, traditional perimeter security measures such as firewalls and DLP systems are no longer sufficient to protect sensitive data. A more effective approach is data-centric security, which includes four fundamental principles: data classification and labeling, access control at the data level, data encryption, and continuous data monitoring and auditing. By adopting this proactive approach, organizations can meet compliance regulations, prevent insider threats, and secure data in cloud and mobile environments while safeguarding sensitive data from a wide range of cyber threats. Read more to learn more about this approach.

Read More →

Top 3 Best Practices of Data Classification to Boost Your Organization’s Security

Data classification helps safeguard sensitive information, ensure regulation compliance, and optimize resource allocation and incident response. The blog recommends determining sensitivity levels for digital assets, focusing on a minimum lovable scope, and periodic auditing of the classification labels. Data classification aims to establish a comprehensive framework for effective data security and management, building trust with customers and partners, and mitigating legal risks.

Read More →

Navigating the Future: Data Security Predictions for 2024

Read this blog for insights into the future of data security. The author foresees a shift in cybersecurity priorities from device and perimeter protection to data security and discusses the potential challenges that artificial intelligence (AI) could pose to cybersecurity. The post also emphasizes the importance of improved security standards to comply with upcoming regulations and the need for zero-trust cybersecurity in the supply chain.

Read More →

Evolution of Global Data Privacy Laws: What to Expect & Why You Should Care

In 2023, global data privacy laws underwent a significant shift. The US, influenced by the EU’s GDPR, is embracing a rights-based model. States like California, Colorado, Connecticut, Utah, and Virginia are adopting GDPR-like rules. This shift will shape data privacy in the coming years. Read our blog on the Evolution of Global Privacy Laws to grasp the changing landscape, moving from the US harm prevention approach to the EU rights-based model, and understand its importance.

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