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Challenges in Achieving Continuous Protection and Preserving Compliance

As complexity and scale increases in global computing, corporate executives at large enterprises are confronted with new data security challenges. In particular, CSOs and CXOs seek continuous, contextual and responsive protection for their enterprise data assets. Specifically, they want to providing dynamic protection as new threats or suspicious activities occur. However, despite most efforts, a number... more

2017 Security Awards: A Market Reflection

Informatica received a wealth of attribution and recognition at the 2017 ISPG Awards, held concurrently with RSA 2017. The awards’ list named Informatica as winners in numerous, but related categories:   Grand: Informatica Gold: Risk management Gold: Innovation in enterprise security Gold: Most innovative security software Gold: Best security software Gold: Best security for large... more

The Missing Link for User Behavioral Analytics: Focus on Sensitive Data

Security analytics solutions that rely only on rules to detect violations and potential threats suffer from too many false positives and the inability to identify previously unknown threat patterns. To address these shortcomings, security analytics solutions are starting to incorporate user behavioral analytics (UBA). What is User Behavior Analytics? User Behavioral Analytics has been used... more

Top 3 Data Security KPIs for 2017

It’s that time of year, publications and social are flooded with numerous articles on 2017 security predictions, trends and priorities. Publications such as eWeek, SC Magazine and Dark Reading have predictions ranging from the obvious to the obscure. I find these articles interesting and entertaining; but I would love to see score cards year-to-year on... more

How Mature is your Organization’s Security Program?

Perimeter defense is dead since there is no longer a perimeter. An organization’s data exists everywhere, on premise, in the cloud, and on multiple devices. Availability of data to be accessed from anywhere, any device and any location in the world, allows for maximum productivity, enables business to be conducted from anywhere, and improves customer... more

Who is Accountable for a Breach to Your Data Integration Environment?

Enterprise Data usage has never been higher than it is today; and data usage is continuing to grow as Data fueled applications are the norm. The variety of sources, the volume, the transformations and prolific use of Data makes Data-Integration a critical ‘hub’ of enterprise data that enables critical business processes. In this Golden Age... more