GDPR/Schrems II Compliance: 5 Steps To Successfully Protect Your Sensitive Data

Presented by

Julian Weinberger, Senior Security Engineer, ShardSecure; Douglas Grote, Strategic Alliance Manager, Entrust

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Maintaining a robust and scalable data protection strategy that addresses both unstructured and structured data can be challenging. Organizations must carefully analyze their options to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of critical data resources in the face of the increasing sophistication of attacks, an expanding threat landscape, and a stricter regulatory environment. While the focus is often on sensitive data, enterprises must also address the availability of non-sensitive data assets, for continued operation. Weak and inconsistent data security practices can lead to devastating breaches that can halt operations and put the enterprise reputation at risk. In this webinar, we’ll examine how different data protection technologies can be use together to protect sensitive and non-sensitive unstructured and structured data beyond the traditional database model. Our expert speakers will describe how database encryption and cryptographic key management, together with novel technologies such as microsharding, provide comprehensive data protection to enhance security and facilitate auditing and regulatory compliance. Join the webinar and learn: • What are the main elements of a comprehensive enterprise data protection strategy • Why it is important to protect unstructured, structured, and also non-sensitive data • How traditional database security is complemented with microsharding technology
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