Data Protecting for Enterprises

Data Protecting for Enterprises

Data is the lifeblood of every company, allowing them to operate efficiently and profitably. But businesses have to take into consideration the need to have access to and plentiful data with the need to keep the customer’s data private and secure. The latter point is driven by new and evolving privacy regulations, like Europe’s GDPR and California’s CCPA and traditional laws like the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Securities and Exchange Commission regulations that protect financial information of shareholders, as well as the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard for data about consumer payments.

The first step to ensuring data security is to organize and protect all your data. This means identifying and separating data according to its sensitivity level and determining access levels. It is also crucial to create a security policy that ensures data protection, even when the data is in motion or in a state of rest. Using a solution that can detect and monitor data activity and detect suspicious patterns can help you spot suspicious activities and quickly detect and reduce vulnerabilities, such as out-of-date software and misconfigurations.

A comprehensive strategy for backup and recovery that includes physical storage media is crucial. It is also essential to ensure that security measures are effective that include background checks on hiring candidates and regular training for employees in place to firing employees who do not require access to vital systems. Additionally, it’s crucial to develop a disaster recovery plan to ensure that your data is protected in the event of a natural or human-caused disaster.

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