Tag "Data Privacy"

Takeaways from the Gartner Security and Risk Management Summit (2014)

Last week I had the opportunity to attend the Gartner Security and Risk Management Summit. At this event, Gartner analysts and security industry experts meet to discuss the latest trends, advances, best practices and research in the space. At the event, I had the privilege of connecting with customers, peers and partners. I was also... more

Data Obfuscation and Data Value – Can They Coexist?

Data is growing exponentially. New technologies are at the root of the growth. With the advent of big data and machine data, enterprises have amassed amounts of data never before seen. Consider the example of Telecommunications companies. Telco has always collected large volumes of call data and customer data. However, the advent of 4G services,... more

The Power and Security of Exponential Data

I recently heard a couple different analogies for data. The first is that data is the “new oil.” Data is a valuable resource that powers global business. Consequently, it is targeted for theft by hackers. The thinking is this: People are not after your servers, they’re after your data. The other comparison is that data... more

How Can CEOs Protect Customer Data And Their Own Jobs?

Recently, a number of high-profile data breaches have drawn attention to the impact that compromised data can have on a business. When customer data is breached, the consequences can include: A loss of customer trust Revenue shortfalls A plummeting stock price C-level executives losing their jobs As a result, Data security and privacy has become... more

Data Security and Privacy: What’s Next?

Data security breaches continue to escalate. Privacy legislation and enforcement is tightening and analysts have begun making dire predictions in regards to cyber security’s effectiveness. But there is more – Trusted insiders continue to be the major threat. In addition, most executives cannot identify the information they are trying to protect. Data security is a... more

What Types of Data Need Protecting?

In my first article on the topic of citizens’ digital health and safety we looked at the states’ desire to keep their citizens healthy and safe and also at the various laws and regulations they have in place around data breaches and losses. The size and scale of the problem together with some ideas for... more