Our data is constantly exposed to the danger of being intercepted or stolen as it wends its way over global data networks. Data security measures and measures for protecting intellectual property should not, however, first be implemented when data is exchanged – companies must lay the foundation for these measures within their own organization.
What is needed is a comprehensive security concept that specifies the protection objectives and the measures needed to achieve them based on analyses of possible threats and the probability of these threats materializing. In this context, consideration should be given to two different dimensions, namely protection against deliberate attacks and protection against human or technical error.
But how can you capitalize on these new revenue streams?
In this white paper you will learn:
- What internal and external threats you can expect to encounter
- What a comprehensive security concept actually looks like when implemented
- How automation can help develop a robust, comprehensive security regime