Why Data Discovery Should Be the First Step in Your Security Strategy

Presented by

Tzach Kaufmann, Director of Product Management, Data Discovery & Classification, Thales

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Encryption of sensitive data is a key element of data-centric security. However, most businesses do not know where to start because they lack a clear understanding of what needs to be protected and where. Without a clear visibility into sensitive data and its risks, they cannot determine effective policies and controls to protect it! This webinar will discuss one of the first steps you must take to protect your data - find and know what your sensitive data is. We will show how the Thales CipherTrust Data Discovery & Classification solution can help you discover, classify and automatically protect sensitive data from a single pane of glass.
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