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Enabling Innovation with Data Access Intelligence & Governance

In this whitepaper, you will learn:

  • Why organizations critically require insights into sensitive data access.
  • The challenges they face while discovering and protecting sensitive data.
  • The best practices to gain insights into where sensitive data is stored and who has access to it.
  • The importance of data masking for data sharing.
  • How Securiti Data Access Intelligence & Governance solution can help with granular details into sensitive data access.

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Globally, data is growing exponentially, not only in volume but also in importance. Data provides valuable insights for businesses. Moreover, it is shared externally with business partners and vendors to derive business insights, growth opportunities, and revenue. However, personal and sensitive data must be managed and protected appropriately to prevent security breaches, encourage user trust, and meet compliance. Understanding what sensitive data exists in the corporate data landscape, in which geographies, who has access to it, and what regulations apply to it is critically important for businesses to enforce appropriate security measures and derive business outcomes.

To establish effective user access and other security controls, businesses must establish a best practices framework to gain insights into sensitive data access. As a core component of Securiti Data Controls Cloud, Data Access Intelligence & Governance enable businesses to get granular insights into where its sensitive data exists, who has access to it, and what regulations and standards apply to it. With these insights, businesses can effectively configure their access settings, highlight potential risks, and share sensitive data securely.

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Our Readers Frequently Ask:

Data access is crucial for organizations as it allows them to obtain the needed data to derive analytical insights to make informed business decisions, enable technological breakthroughs, or improve their operations and revenues. As data is exploding in both structured and unstructured formats across an organization’s data landscape, it is ever more critical to obtain and protect the data for business analysis.

Access governance is an integral part of data management as it enables organizations to manage, control, and protect access to their important data. Via strict access control policies and standards, access governance helps ensure that the data is protected against any unauthorized access and it is used or shared in a secure manner.

More and more organizations are flocking to multi-cloud environments to leverage the immense benefits it has to offer. However, organizations often face challenges to gain insights into sensitive data access due to a number of reasons, such as data sprawl, unstructured data, etc. With a robust access governance framework, organizations can discover, manage, and control access to their data for data protection and compliance.

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