Investing in an automated security and backup solution gives your IT team and larger organization peace of mind that data is being regularly secured and accounted for. It also nearly eliminates the room for human error, which in cybersecurity, can be a huge factor in data loss.
Better methods of managing data using innovative technology avoids a reactive posture to data, and instead turns to a proactive one. But how can leaders become more proactive in their approach? And how can they make the data more proactive to meet the growing challenge of comprehensive data risk management?
Organizations now have massive volumes of data about their customers, clients, suppliers, patients, workers, and other stakeholders. Data governance will guarantee that your data is trustworthy, well-documented, easy to discover and access, safe, compliant, and confidential.
UIDAI's handling of Aadhaar is likely to be facing substantial reforms, not just due to the findings of this data management report but also due to ongoing controversy over constitutionality.
When data accuracy, quality, storage and security suffer, it can lead to poor decision making, data breaches and non-compliance issues. This is where data remediation becomes necessary.
As we move into 2022, developments in ransomware, growing data sprawl, hybrid working, the nascent but growing use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) technologies will continue to make a significant impact on data protection and management.