For the most part, data is exchanged daily across an enterprise—some of it structured and easily managed and organized, while some of it remains unstructured, transmitted as Big Data across the Internet of Things (IoT), requiring advanced data analytics to mine it for value. However, while the quality and content of the data may vary, once it enters your systems one standard remains constant—the need to safeguard it against vulnerabilities and ensure confidentiality is maintained throughout its use.
While this practice is a must for any business, there are many instances where a data breach means more than just a loss of money or even a loss of business. For instance, in both the healthcare and financial industries, the mishandling of client data could be utterly detrimental, crumbling the foundation of a company and severely threatening its future. Read More