Enterprise Data Protection Independent of Infrastructure Security
The purpose of digital infrastructure security is NOT to protect the infrastructure but to protect the data being stored, transmitted, and processed within that infrastructure. Infrastructure security across the enterprise and its extended value chain is necessary but not sufficient. Every boundary created by devices, networks, applications and people gets breached by the free flow of data.
Panel Discussion: Security Entrepreneurs Discuss the Future of Security and Its Move from Infrastructure to Data
Data Leakage from Third Parties
Risks associated with outsourcing business processes to third parties need to be identified and addressed as a part of the outsourcing strategy itself. Some of the most common risks include:
Data-centric security consists of discovering the data, identifying the data, protecting the data, and tracking the data through its lifecycle.
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Seclore Protects Your Sensitive Data and Ensures Secure Collaboration
“When we combine Seclore with DLP, we find that 1 + 1 is not 2 but 11 – the benefits are multi-fold. Seclore gives us peace of mind; once a document is Seclored, IT heads and CIOs don’t have to worry about it anymore.”
“Protecting Intellectual Property like our formula or design is important for our company and protecting our customer data is critical to our brand and reputation. Seclore Rights Management helps smooth collaboration by facilitating the safe exchange of sensitive data between the company and its partners and customers.”
Data-Centric Security is the New Data Protection
Common Scenarios Where Data-Centric Security Helps in Data Protection Are: