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Data is fueling economies and tech advancements globally, with the latest being Generative AI. But as companies generate more data, they are hindered by problems related to data blindspots, misconfiguration alert fatigue, and unauthorized access. To harness the power of data, it is imperative to effectively identify and mitigate the security, governance, and compliance risks associated with it. However, traditional approaches, like CSPM and CNAPP, lack the understanding of data, leaving data security risks unattended.
Securiti’s Data Security Posture Management (DSPM) is built to protect data everywhere, at rest, and in motion across public clouds, private clouds, and SaaS environments. Download our DSPM brochure to learn more about how you can leverage our DSPM solution to discover data assets, classify data with high accuracy, identify and prioritize misconfigurations, enforce least privilege access, and automate privacy, governance, and compliance obligations.
DSPM stands for Data Security Posture Management, which is an emerging trend in the cloud security category. Gartner defines DSPM in its Hype Cycle™ for Data Security 2022 report as a process that offers “visibility as to where sensitive data is, who has access to that data, how it has been used, and what the security posture of the data store or application is.”
CSPM and DSPM are two different approaches to cloud security. CSPM allows teams to identify and resolve misconfigurations associated with cloud infrastructure or resources, such as compute resources, data stores or databases, etc. However, CSPM (Cloud Security Posture Management) does not understand data. DSPM (Data Security Posture Management), on the other hand, is a data-centric approach to cloud security. It gives complete context around data across public clouds, which is then used as a basis to optimize controls around sensitive data access, governance, and compliance.
A Security Posture review is an overall assessment of an organization’s security measures, policies, and controls. Organizations conduct the review to examine risks and vulnerabilities to improve the security posture of their networks, resources, assets, and sensitive data.
There are several areas of cloud security that organizations should consider when safeguarding their cloud environment and data. However, the following are the common yet essential components that organizations must consider: data security posture management, data risk management, data access governance, and breach management.
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