Technology keeps evolving, and the number of connected devices is growing exponentially. This has resulted in the enactment of new privacy laws and regulations.
From that perspective, it may be necessary to check out a few specific tools that help you secure your data – media or otherwise- and there are plenty of them. To make it easier for you, we thought of listing out a few of them for your benefit:
Endpoint security software is designed to protect a TCP/IP network. It keeps a tab on the gateway access requests from browsers, POS terminals and other devices. The tool can handle a variety of security measures such as detection of malware threats, monitoring of the activities and data encryption.
Identity and Access management
IAM authentication designed to secure login to corporate resources ensuring that only authorised users can access their data. It provides several benefits such as password and access management, single sign-on options and additionally role-based access control. Examples are Active Directory, LDAP and SAML.
The File Fabric from StorageMadeEasy is a very capable security solution that can help Companies achieve a better degree of protection for their data. The File Fabric caters for small businesses with their online edition and also large enterprises with their on-premises self hosted software. The File Fabric ensures that users have secured access to their data through a series of key security features. It features an easy menu driven policy driven approach to data security for compliance regulations such a GDPR, CCPA and HIPAA.
Consent management application
If Companies want to comply with regulations such as GDPR, they need to ensure that they have policies in place for the securing the data of their users. For Service Provider, users should be allowed to revoke their consent, to certain policies, at any time, depending on their preferences. The aforementioned File Fabric also has a service provider edition that offers service providers built in handling of this to comply with various privacy regulations.
Customer Data Management software
Also referred to as CDM, these tools help Companies enable customised, enhanced privacy protection. They cater for offering opt-in, and opt-out choices for all online users, and additionally the option to enable the ‘Do Not Track’ requests, and other compliance options required by privacy regulations.
Ensure you pay enough attention to the size of your organisation before you begin investing in a data security tool. You would also be expected to take a look at the sensitivity level of your data and likely cost of a security data breach when picking your tool. They may cost money but they could save you in the long run
Do note that what we presented above is just a glimpse of the best possible measures Companies can employ if they really want to achieve the best results for securing their data. Make the right start, and we are sure you will find more ways to achieve complete data security.