There are simple things that you can do to encourage your staff to maximise data security at all times. With a growing number of businesses being targeted by online crime and data hacks, it is vital to protect your business effectively to prevent legal and financial implications from releasing confidential data into the public domain. Here are 5 easy ways to minimize your risk of data breaches and increase your data security in-house.
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With data volumes doubling every 18 months and an ever increasing amount unstructured, uncontrolled and unknown, the way we look at, understand, and manage data is changing rapidly.
The important questions for all organisations to consider is:
- What data do we have?
- Where is it?
- Do we need it?
Omnis Information Governance services helps you to answer those questions.
Handling data securely is a vital part of protecting both your business and your customers. From the point of sourcing this information, to using and disposing of it, you have an obligation by law to keep information private and secure. Failure to do so can have severe legal implications.
Businesses store a huge volume of information – from customer data to potential client data, employee information and finances. With so much data being processed, it is vital to keep it secure and manage it efficiently to make the most out of it. According to Symantec, the average small to medium-sized business holds 564 terabytes of data at any given time. This means that data handling and storage are important to ensure that records and vital pieces of information can be accessed quickly and easily.