Using Metadata to Defend Against Data Breaches and Information Risk
No matter how much time and effort your organization devotes to data security, experience suggests that it’s probably smart to assume that hackers will get through … and to plan ways to minimize any damage they can cause.
In our new guide, “Using Metadata to Defend Against Data Breaches and Information Risk,” we discuss various ways you can use metadata to identify where your biggest data risks exist, and prepare accordingly. In five chapters, you’ll learn:
Why you need a data breach response plan — and what it should include
The potential impacts of data breaches (including ones that may be less obvious but that are still critical)
How to assess the three types of information risk
3 ways to minimize corporate data theft
Effective strategies for data leakage detection
If you’re looking for ways to make your organization better prepared to detect and respond to data breaches and other types of potential information risk, this guide will help you get started.