Data Security For Dummies
Data security is considered a must-have for modern organizations that want to compete with data while avoiding regulatory penalties. But implementing data security measures often comes at the expense of fast, efficient data access. Opening up access too broadly exposes data to risk, but locking it down restricts users’ ability to access it for real-time analysis – and data teams are often stuck in the middle.
In an increasingly complex and decentralized data environment, how can organizations strike the balance between security and utility?
Data Security for Dummies helps for solve this dilemma, with expert guidance on:
- The key facets of a data security strategy, including data discovery, access control, and data monitoring for threat detection
- Who should be involved in making data security decisions and executing controls
- How to build a data access control framework and why attribute- and purpose-based controls are the key for scalability
- 10 real life scenarios in which organizations both big and small leveraged data security and access control to drive business results