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An overview of the opportunities cloud brings to organizations, as well as the challenges that companies face around privacy, security and governance in their cloud environments. It further touches on how unification of data insight and processes, through the use of a Data Command Center framework, can help solve many of these problems.
A quick overview of how companies traditionally tried to gain insight into their data. It looks at how an automated unified framework can enable organizations to easily discover systems, data, consumers, as well as gain insight into regulations that impact the data.
This segment highlights how organizations can utilize data insight to establish guardrails around data, and operationalize various security, privacy, governance, and compliance controls, in their cloud environment.
Mike Meriton, co-founder and COO of the EDM Council, speaks with Securiti’s CEO, Rehan Jalil, about Data Command Center (UDC) for multi-cloud environments. This interview looks at how this new UDC architectural framework can enable CDOs to solve many of the security, privacy, governance and compliance challenges they face today.
Rehan highlights that CDOs are facing the reality that data is growing at a staggering rate, which brings with it massive opportunities but at the same time, risk. The cloud brings with it the ability to scale and automate, and innovate, and data is the new oil that drives value, but at the same time, if not handled properly, that oil can burn you.
Organizations now face the task of managing not only the massive scale of data, but also the sprawl of systems and data across different jurisdictions across multi-cloud environments.
Speaking of organization responsibilities around sensitive data, Rehan highlights that organizations:
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