As organizations embrace digital transformation, businesses are collecting, processing and storing larger quantities of data than ever before.
Accordingly, effective, sustainable commercial growth must now be underpinned by comprehensive and multi-cloud-capable data governance – an imperative set in stone by legal frameworks, such as the California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA) in the US, and the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Good data governance is an enabler of trust – an equally critical factor: teams, internal and external customers rely on businesses to provide an environment that facilitates engagement without compromising on security. This compels firms of all sizes to consider how their systems can be improved to mitigate risk of data breach and respond effectively to evolving cyber threats.
Gain insights to help your organization implement a data-centric, Zero Trust strategy that equips you to adapt to an ever-evolving threat landscape.
What You’ll Learn:
How to empower employees to unleash productivity and collaboration
- What it means to implement a Zero Trust framework for your data protection strategy
How to improve visibility for applications, tools, and devices across the business
Data protection best practices to future-proof your tech stack