The new standard in sensitive data management [SLIDESHARE]
How do you measure the value of your IT system?
Traditionally, most organizations quantified IT service availability in order to answer this question. High-performance systems that can boast “five nines,” or 99.999 percent availability, are recognized in the industry for their value and ability to deliver less than six minutes of downtime per year to their users. However, as security issues threaten the safety of private data and IT teams face pressure to take action, it’s time to expand traditional expectations and consider the five W’s about your data: who or what is accessing your information, and where, when and why it’s being used.
John Joseph, DataGravity president and co-founder, recently made the case for this shift, but his blog extended an ongoing conversation. Since the initial launch of the DataGravity Discovery Series, customers have been applying the insights they gather with our platform and learning new ways to preemptively identify threats and better manage sensitive data. Along the way, we’ve listened to their findings and celebrated their examples of successfully reducing security risks. We’ve also been fielding their questions and requests about how DataGravity can help them go deeper and further neutralize threats.
With the release of the Discovery Series V2, we can answer many of those questions. V2 introduces enhanced security features in our data-aware platform, including custom tag creation, false positive tag management, automatic alerting and audit user roles. These features were shaped by our customers in order to provide new levels of visibility into data and secure critical information at the point of storage. As a result, customers can simplify their processes for managing sensitive data and move forward with new initiatives that grow their businesses and protect their end users.
Click through our latest SlideShare, “The DataGravity Discovery Series V2: Bringing data security to the point of storage,” to learn exactly what’s new in V2 – and how these features can enhance data security in your organization.