SAVING THE WORLD(‘s data) 

SAVING THE WORLD(‘s data) 

Global organizations can benefit from an internal security ‘as-a-Service’ data privacy and compliance solution that’s customized to their unique needs. The post SAVING THE WORLD(‘s data) appeared first on Protegrity ... Read More
Cloud Security Myth #4 – Security slows down your ability to get insights

Cloud Security Myth #4 – Security slows down your ability to get insights

Data security and real-time analytics are not exclusive, but they do require the right technology to effectively co-reside without impacting performance. The post Cloud Security Myth #4 – Security slows down your ability to get insights appeared first on Protegrity ... Read More
Cloud Security Myth #3: The best security keeps threat actors from getting in.

Cloud Security Myth #3: The best security keeps threat actors from getting in.

Good security not only fortifies the entry points, it ensures that a data breach reveals nothing useful. It protects the data itself.The post Cloud Security Myth #3: The best security keeps threat actors from getting in. appeared first on Protegrity ... Read More
Cloud Security Myth vs. Fact #1: My Provider Protects My Data

Cloud Security Myth vs. Fact #1: My Provider Protects My Data

| | Cloud Security
If you’re in the process of creating a security strategy for your cloud deployments, then you understand the complexities that exist. The challenges presented by compliance, data governance, and emerging technology can create a conflicting and shifting front, and the security solutions that are built into cloud services may not ... Read More
Is FedRAMP Criticism Fair?

Is FedRAMP Criticism Fair?

Although FedRAMP has recently been criticized for lacking clarity and efficacy, any attempt to reduce risk to information in the cloud should be considered worthy in the face of increasing cybersecurity threats.The post Is FedRAMP Criticism Fair? appeared first on Protegrity ... Read More
How to (better) Secure APIs in an Open Banking Partnership – Part One

How to (better) Secure APIs in an Open Banking Partnership – Part One

| | Finance, Privacy, regulation, Trust
By going one step further than authentication and verification to find and protect private information itself – at rest, in transit and in use – financial institutions can be data-first in their approach to both customer privacy and business growth.The post How to (better) Secure APIs in an Open Banking ... Read More