Cybersecurity is of paramount concern for senior management and security professionals alike. The growing scope, complexity, frequency and cost of cyberattacks are forcing companies to focus significant time and attention to address these risks.
In this whitepaper, Michael Rasmussen - The GRC Pundit - explains why many organizations should strongly consider a best-in-breed approach to managing data privacy management over alternatives including spreadsheets or existing enterprise GRC solutions.
Governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) as a means to reduce process redundancy, deliver risk intelligence, and improve business performance has captured the attention of leadership teams across the enterprise. GRC is also now embracing IT and security teams, often catching them unprepared to champion their unique requirements.
Governance, Risk and Compliance in today’s world is becoming increasingly integrated across a wide and diverse set of use cases, ranging from traditional risk management to cyber security, third party management, business resilience, environmental health and safety and regulatory compliance.
In today’s digital enterprises, CISOs and CIOs have a pivotal role to play in protecting their organizations against the growing multitude of IT risks and threats, while also sustaining compliance with IT regulations, standards, and policies.
New survey finds most security deployments follow container-level, rather than more secure data-level, approaches to encryption. But enterprises understand at the highest levels that data security is critically important. Taking a proactive strategy will reduce corporate risk and also protect brand and reputation.
Hadoop is a unique architecture designed to enable organizations to gain new analytic insights and operational efficiencies through the use of multiple standard, low-cost, high-speed, parallel processing nodes operating on very large sets of data. The resulting flexibility, performance, and scalability are unprecedented. But data security was not the primary design goal.
Neutralize data breaches: a new breed of cyber attacks—advanced malware, exploitation networks, and motivated insiders—are stealing sensitive data from vulnerable ecosystems. But companies can neutralize data breaches by rendering the data valueless, de-identifying data through encryption, tokenization, and data masking.
HPE SecureData Mobile, a new addition to the HPE SecureData portfolio, provides security for sensitive data submitted through a mobile endpoint. HPE SecureData Mobile enables end-to-end sensitive data protection within native mobile iOS and Android applications through the entire enterprise data lifecycle and payment transaction flow. Data is secured from the point of capture to the trusted host.
There have been more than 600 million records compromised from approximately 4,000 data breaches since 2005—and those are just the public records. As cybercrimes increase in frequency and complexity, the payment card industry and merchants continue to scramble to stay one step ahead.