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Data Security

Secure Data Anywhere and Everywhere

While hackers become more sophisticated and data breaches more common, securing your valuable data wherever it lives is also getting more complicated. Preparing a smart data security strategy is a critical component of your overall Cybersecurity strategy.

Our experts can help you understand everywhere your valuable data lives and exactly how your users are interacting with it to help create a data security strategy that protects you from today’s threats. Get help to reduce your blast radius, prevent and detect threats, and streamline compliance with confidence.

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Data Security

Critical Components of a Smart Data Security Plan

You can’t protect what you can’t see. That’s why having a clear view of all of your data, wherever it resides… in the cloud, on premise, and everywhere in between, is mission number one in data security.

Know Where & How Valuable Data is Used

Identify and prioritize your most critical data assets across systems, locations and user types so you have a clear view of anything and everything that needs security focus.

Deploy Ransomware Protection

Put the appropriate ransomware protections in place so hackers can't get in. Use a layered approach based on the value of data and where it resides.

Key Encryption & Immutable Backups

Streamline, strengthen and centralize key management while creating a process for backups that can quickly contain threats and significantly speed recovery.

Need help assessing your data risk?

Get a detailed, true-to-life report based on your company data, that reveals the vulnerabilities hackers will hunt for. Use the report to generate a prioritized remediation plan, get buy-in from leadership, and map out what you need to do next to meet regulations.

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Data Breaches and Attack Trends Continue to Challenge the Enterprise

The main causes of attacks are from misconfigurations, human error, poor maintenance, and unknown assets.


According to a pen testing study by Positive Technologies, cybercriminals can gain access to 93% of networks.


The same study found 71% of access points were due to simple passwords being used, including for admin accounts.


According to World Economic Forum, 95% breaches are caused by human error.


According to Accenture, 68% of leaders feel risks are increasing, and 54% believe IT departments are not ready for an attack.

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