Meeting regulatory and legal compliance standards is not enough for cybersecurity today, effective data security requires companies to have a proactive mindset to challenge, enhance and improve.
As more healthcare organizations work with tech giants like IBM, Amazon, Google and Microsoft, data security remains a top priority to secure access to millions of patient records.
Regulatory bodies around the world will continue to implement rules and penalties related to maintaining privacy. The NIST Privacy Framework offers some valuable guidelines for continuous compliance.
A hybrid-remote working model has created a wider attack surface. Many organizations still tend to make critical mistakes with regards to data security that, if left unaddressed, can lead to drastic consequences for the entire business.
For IT asset disposition (ITAD), data safety and destruction isn’t just a technological issue, it’s a human one as well – based on procedure and trust. So how do we build a more trustworthy process?
Organizations that have more mature data governance and information security programs are likely to have some level of integration between these functions already, but many continue to struggle with the idea and often treat them as separate, siloed programs.
As organizations transition their digital infrastructure to cloud environments, new complexities around data security are born. This increasingly diverse data landscape will fundamentally alter cybersecurity in 2023, from the technologies deployed, to the processes followed, to the people leading the charge.