Data protection: Your biggest reputational risk?

Presented by

David Kemp, Business Strategist for Secure Content Management in the Security Risk & Governance Division, Micro Focus

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If your corporate reputation is one of your greatest assets, what’s the best way to protect it? It takes years to build and only minutes to lose, so how can you safeguard your hard-won reputation against both internal and external threats? Whether you look at it from the perspective of a CxO, customer, employee, investor, or regulator, it can be difficult to meet everyone’s expectations and determine the best way to protect one of your biggest reputational risks—your data. So, how can technology play a role in defensibility? What are the benefits of implementing cohesive data lifecycle management and multi-level security? Join this webinar and find answers to these questions. You’ll learn about: • Vested interests in reputation preservation • Key areas of reputational prejudice • Policies required for defensibility • Technology solutions that demonstrate good corporate governance • Unexpected benefits of sound reputational management

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