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Data Classification: Does Automation Have A Place?

Kevin Carpenter, Regional Sales Director at Boldon James discusses the hot topic of automation and whether it truly has a place in the world of data classification, both now and in the future. Also explored is the best way to approach classification to ensure your organisation is managing and protecting data effectively, as well as streamlining business performance.
Recorded Nov 13 2019 3 mins
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  • Take 30 With Boldon James - Complex Data Classification Made Easy Recorded: Jul 22 2020 32 mins
    Andrew Cowan, Boldon James
    Join us in the last instalment of this series of Take 30 With Boldon James to discover how you can implement a data classification solution that can benefit the whole company, and how it is important to look at the need of individual departments, not just IT.

    We explain how business taxonomies relate to data classification, and how a comprehensive policy does not mean complex implementation.

    End users within your business are the ones creating the documents; we will explain why they are your greatest security asset, and how educating them properly around data classification will reap the rewards.

    In this session we will discuss:


    • How complex data classification provides real benefits to information management
    • How a flexible user classification tool presents business terms mapped to information taxonomies
    • How users provide the most relevant analysis, driving better information security management
  • Take 30 with Boldon James: Data classification can do more for your business Recorded: Jul 8 2020 31 mins
    Andrew Cowan, Boldon James
    Data classification is fundamental to protecting and managing data, but it can do much more for your business.

    A new approach to data classification requires the uniting of two schools of thought that currently operate as parallel universes: data security and data management.

    The security domain considers classification as a means-to-an-end approach that involves security labelling of data according to its sensitivity. Data management teams view classification as the categorising of information in order to improve its quality and utility.

    For an organisation to get the full benefit from data classification they first need to address both worlds, and then make sure they’re connected.

    These two worlds can be very confusing to the user who has to classify a document, learn how Boldon James is leading the way in data classification by asking the user to describe the document in terms that are familiar to them and easy to understand.

    Learn how to design an approach that goes beyond simple security labelling to one that harnesses business categorisation of the data which is understandable to the user and brings real value to the data for your organisation.
  • Take 30 With Boldon James - Data Classification & Export Control Recorded: Jun 24 2020 34 mins
    Andrew Cowan, Boldon James
    Data Classification & Export Control – What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You

    There are various reasons why governments around the world aim to control the export of goods and services, and export control regulations such as ITAR, EAR and ECO exist to oversee the storing and sharing of data and physical items.

    Export control regulations are notoriously complex, and often organisations have differing ways of implementing these regulations. Join us to learn how data classification helps support compliance with export control regulations, as well as providing wider business benefits.

    In this webinar we will discuss:

    • The many types of export control regulated content
    • The export control regulations and their jurisdictions
    • How does data classification aid compliance?
    • Data classification policy considerations
    • User-based data classification
    • Use-case scenarios
  • Take 30 With Boldon James - Foundation of Effective Data Protection Compliance Recorded: Jun 10 2020 32 mins
    Adam Strange, Boldon James
    Achieving compliance across a wealth of new international data privacy laws and regulations is a growing challenge, with many organisations struggling to keep pace. Significant numbers of organisations still have either not yet invested in data discovery and classification in their efforts to help fulfil compliance obligations. In this webinar, we’ll look at the reasons why, in the context of recent Forrester findings showing nearly half of breaches happen as a result of human error. There has, therefore, never been a more important time to take compliance seriously, particularly in light of COVID-19. 
     
    Organisations need to adopt a stronger data protection posture – Classification By Design. We’ll see how the methodology provides a firm foundation towards onward compliance and will make suggestions as to relevant takeaways and responses to adopt to ensure not only are you on the right direction of travel towards compliance, but that the measures in place will provide long term competitive differentiation and efficiencies to the business.

    In this webinar we will discuss:

    • Data breaches driving regulatory change
    • The escalating threat environment
    • Insider breaches – are they catching you out?
    • Approach towards robust compliance and data loss mitigation
    • Classification by Design
  • Take 30 With Boldon James: The 5 Steps To Effective Data Protection Recorded: May 27 2020 32 mins
    Adam Strange, Boldon James
    Estimates suggest between 0.5% and 2% of an organisation’s data is ‘critical’- that it has significant financial value to the company. However this can account for up to 70% of brand value.

    Every day your businesses are creating more and more data. Data gets saved, employees move on, data is forgotten and lost. Valuable information sits on your files servers and document stores, not protected and unrecoverable because no-one knows it exists let alone where to find it.

    Using data classification helps you regain control over your unstructured data. By involving your users in the classification process, they will automatically become more data-aware, with a greater understanding of your policies and the value of your organisation’s data.

    In this webinar, we will take a look at we feel are the 5 key steps towards implementing effective data classification within your organisation, and we’ll cover how classification can also enhance previously implemented tools, such as data loss prevention (DLP) and data discovery tools, data governance tools and more.

    We’ll address:
    • How to identify the crown jewels among your business data
    • Discover before you can defend
    • How to go about classifying your data
    • Once classified, how to then implement adequate security measures
    • The continued need to measure and evolve in a rapidly changing marketplace
  • Data Protection In Financial Services, By Design Recorded: May 21 2020 59 mins
    Enza Iannopollo, Forrester, Steven Marshall and Steven Nash, RegRisk Technology, Keith Vallance, Boldon James
    Protecting data in accordance with its value or sensitivity is a critical part of information management and data governance; with data protection under more scrutiny than ever. With the implementation of a multitude of new data protection regulations, such as GDPR, CCPA and NYDFS to name a few, organisations are under increased pressure to ensure their data is adequately governed and protected. The protection of data at rest is a critical element of compliance, and organisations need to find the most comprehensive and effective methods to achieve this.

    Join us to learn how compliance is driving tighter controls around data protection, and the subsequent impact it is having on financial services.  With this in mind, we’ll show how to design a solid foundation to your security posture, from the ground up, using data classification. 

    We'll be discussing:

    Shift From Privacy Readiness To Sustained Compliance
    Enza Iannopollo, Forrester

    Enforcing Information Barriers in Financial Services 
    Steven Marshall and Steven Nash, RegRisk Technology

    The Importance of Data Classification 
    Keith Vallance, Boldon James
  • Take 30 With Boldon James: The Power Of Integrating Data Classification With DLP Recorded: May 13 2020 31 mins
    Martin Sugden, CEO, Boldon James
    Data Loss Prevention (DLP) is different from most traditional data-centric security solutions in that its primary focus is on internal, as opposed to external, threats. Unauthorised disclosure of internal data through any media, network mechanism or the accidental disclosure by well-meaning users can have disastrous results for an organisation’s brand, reputation or standing with regulatory bodies. There are solutions however that can, and should, work alongside DLP tools in the ongoing challenge to ensure that data is made available to authorised recipients only, while remaining adequately secured at all times – data classification is therefore key.
     
    When a data classification solution is integrated with your existing DLP solution, an additional precision can be achieved, enabling the organisation to extract value while simultaneously managing the inherent liability of regulated data. Using metadata, driven by data classification, your DLP solution will dramatically reduce the number of false positives and negatives that would otherwise be seen, leaving you safer in the knowledge that your data is being appropriately protected.

    Join us for this 30-minute discussion to understand:

    • What is data classification
    • The challenges faced using a DLP solution without data classification
    • How does Boldon James solve those challenges?
    Better together: how data classification and DLP solutions complement each other to protect your sensitive data
  • Take 30 with Boldon James: Why A One-Size-Fits-All Solution Will Never Work Recorded: Apr 29 2020 33 mins
    Martin Sugden, CEO, Boldon James
    In a world where data loss is costing organisations millions of dollars in fines, there is not one organisation who shouldn’t have data protection at the top of their agenda - especially in the current climate with workers spread more remotely than ever. The trouble with the security software landscape today is that too many solution providers are promising “one-size-fits-all” tools; something that is simply too good to be true. The lack of functionality allowing bespoke tailoring leaves you unable to meet your specific needs.

    Many of the tools in a “one-size-fits-all” platform are essential, but packaged as they are for the standard organisation they often don’t meet your needs. We know that any security control implemented in an organisation imposes operating constraints on the business, so the tools need to work as a whole in the exact way you need not the way that someone thinks you should work to be worth the investment. For example, badly deployed DLP, or overly aggressive post-delivery controls, can make the organisation lose faith in the solution and make you roll back even the sensible controls you have in place.

    When it comes to data protection and security within your organisation, the solution you choose is going to have multiple touchpoints with business processes and productivity tools. Therefore, when looking at building your security ecosystem, you are going to want a wide range of complementary security and data management solutions to avoid having a serious mess to resolve at some point.

    Join us to understand:

    • The challenges with “one-size-fits-all” solutions
    • Why your technology ecosystem needs to be broad
    • The importance of agile solutions
    • Getting the best ROI from your technology investments
    • Why data classification is critical for business success
  • Take 30 with Boldon James: Managing The Risk From Data At Rest Recorded: Apr 15 2020 30 mins
    Keith Vallance, Head of Product, Boldon James
    What a fortnight it has been. We’re self-isolating, working from home, keeping 2m apart and all for very good reason.

    Yet in an uncharted and uncertain world of dynamic and rapid change, the world before COVID-19 continues. There’s little change there.

    At Boldon James we want to invite you to pause for 30 minutes, take a breath and join us for a regular series of short Webinars, taking a look at key themes we should not be forgetting about.

    It’s no secret that one of the biggest security threats to organisations today are data breaches, and with regulations like GDPR and CCPA setting precedence, it is crucial that businesses treat all their data as sensitive until proven otherwise. With this in mind, organisations must start to look carefully at what data they are storing.

    This exercise isn’t solely about securing your data, but also ensuring you are not storing unnecessary, or expired data.  Data nowadays is stored in a number of locations; including on-premise and increasingly, the Cloud..

    We have seen that most forward-thinking organisations have good procedures in place to manage data in motion and data at creation, but often overlook legacy data at rest.

    So pause for a moment, grab yourself a coffee and your favourite chair and take 30 with us as we look at the issues associated with data at rest, and why it is so important to review and remediate at regular intervals. We’ll be talking about:

    • Why data at rest is important
    • What steps you can be taking to ensure this data is protected
    • Managing data at rest in the right way to avoid costly data breaches
    • How often should you be reviewing your data at rest
  • Partnering For Success: Driving Growth Through The Channel Recorded: Jan 3 2020 4 mins
    Niall McGrane and Lior Arbel
    Here at Boldon James, we are Data Classification and Secure Messaging specialists, delivering innovation, service excellence and technology solutions that work. But don’t take our word for it, watch our Partner Testimonial video to discover what it’s like working with Boldon James and how we stand out against other solution providers.
  • Driving Data Security To Achieve Operational Excellence Recorded: Nov 13 2019 4 mins
    Martin Sugden
    Martin Sugden, CEO at Boldon James, joins us for this next instalment of the Boldon James Uncovered Series. This time, we’re discussing how driving data security can help your organisation achieve operational excellence. Martin explores a number of topics sitting under the data security umbrella, including whether organisations are truly getting the best value from their security budget, how you can effectively bridge the gap between data and security, the role of the user versus automated tools; as well as what the future holds for organisational data security.
  • Data Classification: Does Automation Have A Place? Recorded: Nov 13 2019 3 mins
    Kevin Carpenter
    Kevin Carpenter, Regional Sales Director at Boldon James discusses the hot topic of automation and whether it truly has a place in the world of data classification, both now and in the future. Also explored is the best way to approach classification to ensure your organisation is managing and protecting data effectively, as well as streamlining business performance.
  • Utilising Data Classification To Achieve NIST 171 And CUI Compliance Recorded: Nov 13 2019 4 mins
    Bill Belcher
    Boldon James’ VP Federal And Major Accounts, Bill Belcher defines NIST 800-53, 800-171 and CUI, and explains how your organisation can achieve compliance through the implementation of an effective data classification solution. Also explored is where organisation’s start to become compliant, the benefits of having a CUI labelling policy and Bill’s recommendations on the first steps you should take to tackle CUI compliance, achieve operational excellence and streamline business change.
  • How Has Data Classification Changed In The Last Five Years? Recorded: Nov 12 2019 4 mins
    Andrew Cowan
    Andrew Cowan, Director, Customer Success at Boldon James explores the ways in which data classification has changed in the last five years. Key topics discussed are how these changes have affected the way data classification is deployed and crucially, how the solution is presented to the end user; as well as what the future holds for data classification. Watch now to discover how you can increase security awareness among your user community, better protect business critical data and reduce risk.
  • Demystifying Machine Learning And Artificial Intelligence In Data Protection Recorded: Nov 12 2019 5 mins
    David Langton
    David Langton, VP Marketing & Alliances at Boldon James, discusses how Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence fit into the world of data classification. Key topics explored are ML and AI’s track record in security, whether these technologies can be relied upon to deliver business value and crucially, where do users fit into the Machine Learning equation? Watch now to discover how we continue to deliver innovation by actively researching the latest technology; helping our customers maintain their world-class business status.
  • Supporting The Customer's Ever-Changing Data Classification Needs Recorded: Oct 31 2019 4 mins
    Raymond Balinda
    Boldon James' Pre-Sales Consultant EMEA, Raymond Balinda discusses supporting the customer’s ever-changing data classification needs. How classification can be utilised effectively within your organisation, as well as how Boldon James Classifier can adapt and be customised to suit your specific business needs - with real user case examples - are key topics of discussion. Also explored is the future of data classification needs; keeping you focused on driving business innovation and new growth.
  • Data Classification: The Importance Of Reporting Recorded: Oct 31 2019 4 mins
    Piers Chivers
    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.
  • Top Tips To Achieve A Successful Data Classification Project Recorded: Oct 24 2019 4 mins
    Ross Manley
    Boldon James EMEA Pre-Sales Manager, Ross Manley, identifies the key steps involved to establish your organisation’s data classification policy. The state of your technical environment, the ways in which you can effectively support your user community, and the importance of establishing a change management process are just a few of the stages discussed; keeping you in control of your data and focused on driving operational excellence.
  • Data Classification: A Business-Centric Approach Recorded: Oct 24 2019 4 mins
    Keith Vallance
    Keith Vallance, Head of Product at Boldon James discusses taking a business-centric approach to data classification, incorporating both data categorisation and security labelling. Watch now to see how you can promote business efficiency and help to close the security awareness gap among your user community; just some of the topics discussed by Keith in this interesting and educational instalment to ensure you are focused on operational excellence.
  • What is NYDFS and How Can I Be Compliant? Recorded: May 14 2019 34 mins
    Jeremy Wittkop
    New York State Department of Financial Services (“DFS”) has introduced new regulations requiring minimum, non-prescriptive requirements for a security program, specifying policies, CISO role, penetration testing, risk assessment, audit trail, access privileges, application security, multifactor authentication, training, encryption, IRP, notifications, etc.

    All firms licensed to do business with the State of New York must comply. Although state regulators have allowed a grace period, firms must show progress taking steps to conform to the new regulations.

    Join InteliSecure's Chief Technology Officer, Jeremy Wittkop and Boldon James as they discuss what is contained in the regulation, who is in scope, how you can use people, processes, and technologies such as Boldon James to become more compliant, and some of the consequences associated with a failure to do so.
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