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Data Classification: The Importance Of Reporting

Piers Chivers, Technical Architect at Boldon James explains the importance of implementing an effective reporting system for your organisation. Key benefits of reporting are explained, including the ability to generate and distribute reports that highlight data trends and unusual user behaviour, providing vital insight into user adoption of your organisation’s security policy. Also explored is how reporting can be used to show compliance with data handling regulations such as the GDPR. Watch now to discover how you can streamline your business performance, as well as improve governance and compliance.
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    Watch this webinar to learn:
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    Wir freuen uns auf Ihre Teilnahme!

    Offered in German
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  • Utilising Data Classification To Achieve Organisational Evolution Recorded: Oct 9 2018 4 mins
    Martin Sugden, CEO
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  • The Power of Technology Partnerships Recorded: Oct 9 2018 5 mins
    David Langton, VP Marketing & Alliances
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  • Data Classification: Driving Operational Success Recorded: Aug 31 2018 4 mins
    Paul Johnson
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  • Data Classification: Aiding Your GDPR Compliance Initiative Recorded: Aug 31 2018 4 mins
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    Luke Shutler, EMEA Channel Director at Boldon James, discusses how in the three months since its enforcement, GDPR has effected the way in which organisations are treating, and dealing with, their data. Specifically, how the new legislation has changed the way users think about data as a whole and furthermore, how they handle different types of organisational data. Also explored is how the use of data classification has facilitated change in these data processes, aiding compliance and improving efficiency among user communities.
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